FTP and IIS 6

OK - so I'm taking over our hosted FTP, and the previous admin is not able to assist.  What we have is a single 'site' and multiple virtual directories under it.  I think each is a separate 'site' by username.  I'm not too sure if this is in isolation mode or not (is tehre an easy way to tell?)

So, I'm setting up a new site.  What I have done:
1. Create a new directory  under \ftproot\NEWSITE.  I then created a local user "NEWSITE" and this user only has permissions to the "NEWSITE" folder and has full rights there.

Now, my question - how do I have the server automatically dump the user into the "NEWSITE" folder?  i thought that it would do it by username automatically...
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for IIS 6 look for metabase under c:\windows\system32\inetsrv\
copy it some other location and open it with nodepad
look for "UserIsolationMode" and see what is its value. For Isolation enabled it should be '2'.

How to enable it for a new user on new site :
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