I am new to setting up FTP sites in general, but my organization has requested that I set one up so that our clients may send/receive files.
I am currently trying to do this with as little investment as possible, which has lead me to setting up an IIS FTP site on our file server.
The requirements for the project are this:
• External clients locked into their directory without the ability to see other folders.
• Internal staff have to be able to see the FTP root directory and have access to all files
• External clients have non-domain logins and internal staff must be able to access with their AD credentials
So the first part was easy to setup, I have the FTP site running and User isolation enabled, the external accounts are indeed locked to their respective directories; however, I am not finding a way to disable the user isolation for the internal staff.
I fear the only way this is going to work correctly is to have separate FTP sites for internal vs external.
Is there another way?