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BulletProof FTP Server 2.4.0.31


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Mr.KnowItAll

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hi all....

this is my 1st new topic i post here :tazz: yeepee hehehe

anyway... my quesrtion is regarding BulletProof FTP Server V.2.4.0.31 which i just set up, and its running great.
my Q is (in fact several Q's)...
1) i want to share my "My Documents" directory that i moved to partition F:\My Documents, is it possible to make only part of the directories under My Documents viewable to users?
2) when i add another directory (i.e D:\downlowds) at the Use setup account rights, the user that logged on cant c that directory, only the 1st directory i added... so i thought of adding a virtual directory to the list but i didnt realized how to do it... can any 1 pls give me some hints on setting this? i know i need to edit a txt file but i dont know the syntax i need to write

thanks a lot for your help
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hey... look @ my pic LOL... ill sort this later
anyway... i managed to add a virtual directory (but not by the txt file)
anyway... i would like to ask if some 1 knows if i can give different rights to every subfolder.
i mean if i have a directory that im sharing (F:\my docs) and i have 5 subdirectories, is it possible to give a different rights for each dir?

thanks

Edited by Mr.KnowItAll, 09 June 2005 - 02:18 PM.

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