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Old 4th August 2009, 08:39
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hi falko, till and other members,

Very good morning,

How can i create ftp account for a subdomain only so that user of ftp account will only have access to subdomain :-s


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FTP Accounts are always for a complete client.
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thanks till,

But i already managed now

FTP UserOptions

in ftp user option i set the diectory to the directory of sub domain

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