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Old 9th April 2007, 22:08
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I am trying to get admin FTP access to my ISPConfig box. I have a user set up with admin access but when logging in, can only see the user's directories - not all directories on the box.

I have searched the docs and the forum and can't find out what I'm doing wrong.

Running the latest ISPConfig release on Ubuntu LTS Server 6.06.

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Old 9th April 2007, 23:00
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Did you enable "Administrator" for the user?

Login on ISPconfig > ISP Manager > The Domain > User & Email > Click on the user name, and set Administrator.
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Yes, Administrator is checked for the user. Thanks.

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If you chcked the administrator checkbox, you will get to the root of the website. Put the html files inside the "web" subdirectory.
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I guess what I'm not seeing is with an ISP client that has multiple web sites, is there a way to log in via FTP and get to all those sites with one login? Thanks.
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I guess what I'm not seeing is with an ISP client that has multiple web sites, is there a way to log in via FTP and get to all those sites with one login? Thanks.
No, a FTP login is only for one site.
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