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Adding user to upload to FTP
by Charlie98902
14 Dec 2009 23:05

As the title say I want to allow a user to upload to a folder just for him. He does reviews on PC hardware so I will make a folder just for him but I want to restrict him from the rest at the same time in case an accident happens. Is this possible? How would I go about doing this?

BBR-APBT 15 Dec 2009 00:20

I would personally make a secure upload script for him to use behind htaccess pass dir.

This way he only has access to upload.

Charlie98902 15 Dec 2009 00:35

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Didn't know about the htaccess ordeal but in my cpanel it appears I can create a ftp account and also restrict it to one folder if I wish? as I have this .... Would it restrict to the predifined folder and not the whole FTP? This is new to me so please be gentle if I don't word right it's cause I don't know the lingo.

BBR-APBT 15 Dec 2009 00:37

I am sure it will if that is what it says.

Charlie98902 15 Dec 2009 00:47

So I just add a folder in the html directory then set up the user account then they will have access to that folder and any sub folders in that folder only right?

BBR-APBT 15 Dec 2009 00:51

I am not sure I don't use cPanel. It may make the dir for it when you enter the name in that box.

Charlie98902 15 Dec 2009 00:53

I will look into this tomorrow and try it out and see as I can make a new account just for me as a test then redo it for the user I want to have access to one folder and any sub folders for that folder. Thanks.

--------------- Added 15 Dec 2009 at 01:23 ---------------

So other that use CPanel yes it make use of that directory plus any folder made under the initial setting up so the root directory seems protected to not have access. Will test more tomorrow.

James Birkett 17 Dec 2009 16:05

If you create a folder named "test" inside public_html he would be allowed access to "test" and any sub-folders inside "test".

Of course if you're allowing him to upload PHP and such, you are asking for trouble :rolleyes:

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