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Posted on 2013-12-04
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Hi.
Have a SBS 2011 and a FTP site that is up and running.
It have been set up like this:
One site , mapped to a folder. No Virtual directories, just added folders to that root folder (in Explorer).
Given Access to that root folder. (one common user With read \ Write)

NOW, they want one more user that dont have Access to all the folders in the root folder, but just Read Access to one folder in the Root folder.

The rest should still have read\ Write to that one.

Have tried With NTFS rights (deny on all other folders)
Have tried giving read Access to Root folder and the one they should Access, removing the read Access from the other folders in root. Gets error.

Guess it should been set up With a empty root folder where all had read, and added Virtual directories. Maybe they only see the ones they had Access to, but know they have this structure.. (I didn't set it up)

Any suggestions
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Question by:Tore Jacobsen
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John-Charles-Herzberg earned 500 total points
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Have you looked at using Filezilla FTP Server and SBS 2011

http://kwsupport.com/2012/03/filezilla-ftp-server-and-sbs-2011/



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JC
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