I have a issue with the security levels for the websites. Configurable under System->Server Config->Web
The manual tells me:
Security level: This defines how permissions and ownerships are set for the Website path
• Medium: The directory is owned by root and readable for all users.
• High: The directory is owned by the web site user and cannot be read by other users. It is
recommended to choose High.
I need a third type of folder access rights.
I have resellers on my server that maintain a couple of sites they own. Most of the domains/pages are created under the reseller account, sharing the same group (clientXY) but with different user.
I need a security level that looks like this:
Directory owned by web site user and readable and writeable by same group but not accessable for others.
Is it possible to add this to ISPconfig myself? Maybe you (Till) want this to be part of the next update for ISPconfig.
Reason why I ask for this is the need of my reseller to access and maintain all the sites under his clientId with one FTP account. Currently he only can see and edit files in one site and needs to create a FTP user for every site he creates. This is a little bit annoying.