I am trying to setup a new FTP server using IIS 7.5. In this environment, there will be about 10 users which will need to remain separate and so I am planning to use user-isolation mode. I also need to have one general/admin user that will have access to the LocalUser root and am not sure how to do this.
The proposed folder structure would look something like this:
\Public (for anonymous users)
What steps do I need to do in order to provide the admin user with access to the LocalUser root with user isolation mode active? Would setting up a hard link work (e.g. MKLINK /D /H /J adminuser \inetpub\LocalUser)?
Note, this is not an active directory environment.
Also, on a related note, when I attempt to test what I have setup now, my FTP client connects then the session is immediately dropped by the remote host. Is there any way to turn up the logging level so I can see why sessions are getting dropped?
Thanks for the help here!