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Old 28th February 2007, 03:39
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Default Restricting access to certain directories with proftpd, possible?

Does someone have done this? I've been google around, but no luck yet.

Code:
DefaultAddress 127.0.0.1
<VirtualHost 82.103.XXX.XXX>
        DefaultRoot             "~/web"
        AllowOverwrite          on
        Umask                   002
</VirtualHost>
I want restrict access to the directory
~/web/somedir
so a given ftp user should _not_ be able to browse it or download anything from it. Any hints?
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Old 28th February 2007, 04:46
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Ah, found it
Code:
        <Directory ~/your_dir>
          <Limit ALL>
              DenyAll
          </Limit>
       </Directory>
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