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Old 21st October 2006, 02:08
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Currently when a domain is setup and you assign an Admin user, that user is the only one who can access the web dir for the domain. All additional users can only access the web dir under their user folder.

IS there a way to allow either more then 1 Admin user? or as I would rather have it, have every user for that domain default to the main web folder for the domain, instead of their user folder web dir.

Exp.
joeuser logs into joeuser.com
they are given the web dir under the user folder, so if they upload anything, in order for them to view it, they have to browse to joeuser.com/~joeuser
where as when the admin user uploads files into the web dir, you can view the items by just going to joeuser.com

I would like to either be able to set certain users or all users within that domain to default to the main web dir rather then the users web folder.

Anyway to accomplish this?

Thanks in Advance
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Old 21st October 2006, 12:03
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IS there a way to allow either more then 1 Admin user?
No. Because the admin user owns the web files.
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