I have an SBS server with Windows FTP and User Isolation configured. When our client has a new client that needs access, we typically create a new user in AD, then use ADSIEDIT to modify the MSIISFTPROOT and MSIISFTPDIR properties to specify a home folder. They have many users and clients now with this solution and it's been working great so far.
Now they have a new client that wants to create subfolders in their home directory, and they want these subfolders to have granular permissions so that only certain individuals can access the subfolders. Something like this:
User A, B, C, D, and E
Sub Folder 1, 2, 3, and 4
Home Folder has User ABCDE access
Sub 1 has User ACE access
Sub 2 has User ABC access
Sub 3 has User BDE access
Sub 4 has User ACDE access
Can this be done? How would I accomplish assigning granular permissions to this? I understand that I would need to give this particular client multiple user access accounts instead of a single account.
Thanks in advance!