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Old 24th May 2006, 16:43
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Default Allow Multiple FTP Users for site

First off, I'm new to using this program. It seems to be just what I was looking for for a front end to manage three domains here at work. My hats off to the developer, thank you very much. But, of course there is always a but, is there any way to allow more than one user ftp access to a specific site. I want to maintain shell access for myself but allow other co-workers access to the same site with limited ftp access. We have more than one user that maintains our web space. Thanks again, Dave
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Old 24th May 2006, 19:11
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No, that's not possible at the moment. You can have only one site admin.
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