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Old 22nd December 2011, 13:17
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Hello all,

In ISPConfig, one can use a "remote user" to connect to the system and get data (using the API).

I need to be able to connect to ISPConfig (at the OS level) to do some ftp of information from local accounts.

I dont want to use root to do this.

Is there another example to follow?

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Old 22nd December 2011, 13:50
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The ISPConfig remote API is a http / soap based API to add or edit records in the ispconfig database. Accessing the filesystem of the operating system is not in the scope of the api. To access the filesystem of your server, you can use e.g. ftp, sftp, ssh, scp or any other technology available on linux that allows file access.
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