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Old 1st May 2006, 17:13
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Default FTP users and website root access

Maybe I am too tired but I can't seem to understand this simple issue.
How do I configure an ISPConfig-created user so that, when he ftps in, he lands in his website's root instead of the subdir that is created as his home? I have this simple website with only one user and he needs to ftp things to his root folder. How do I achieve that?
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You must make this user the admin of the web site. http://www.ispconfig.org/downloads/m..._src.htm#4_2_2 -> step 4
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