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Old 05-22-2003, 12:33 PM   #1
peteABK
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ftp users


Just a quick question about ftp users, how do you hide the hidden files in a users home directory so that when they log in they cannot access them or the desktop shortcut. I want to allow users to access their websites directories but whenever I just delete the desktop shortcut it comes back, as well when you connect via ftp all the hidden system files are visible and fully accessible. Thanks in advance
 
  


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