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Old 1st November 2007, 19:52
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Originally Posted by till
ISPConfig users begin normaly with web[ID]_. Also FTP users are case sensitive and the Users are always lowercase, so I guess your FTP is fine but you just used a non existing username. Have a look at the user settings under user & email and check how exactly the username is written.
Thanks, that did it. I haven't seen the whole User & Email tab with its button "New". Shame on me!

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Originally Posted by erebus
No.

ISPConfig's users, are system users. That means they have both FTP access and a virtual mail account assigned to them. I.e. you create the user 'info' for the domain.com. If you pay attention the the user's creation page, you 'll see that your real user name is not just 'info' but something like 'web4_info'. That is your real username which you must use to login to your ftp server.

In you passwd file, seems like only anonymous FTP users are created (with no password). Do you really have created normal users? Check twice.

Also a useful notice: You can only have ONE user as administrator per domain (tick the administrator box when creating the user). This user is the root user for this domain -- meaning that when logging to the FTP server it will have access for everything in there. If you login as a plain user to your FTP, you will only have access to your personal folder -- not the root folder of the site, so if you upload content it will not be visible from www.domain.com but from www.domain.com/user/web4_info/web/.
Thanks I've tab the "Administrator" on and I saw what it does. When log in as that user, and then try to make a new user with the administrator box filled, it say's the administrator is already created. Thanks!

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Last edited by kvdd; 1st November 2007 at 21:34.
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