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Old 04-13-2004, 08:08 AM   #1
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Vsftpd - Config question (regarding account setup)


I have vsftpd up and running no problems, however.

i would like to have 2 seperate accounts, one for uploading and one for downloading, so I can verify any data before someone else gets there hands on it (virus's etc...)

However I cant see a way to disallow downloading of files, can anyone tell me if this is possible ?

I have no problem with running 2 ftpd's if needed (one for uploading one for downloading) but that would seem alongwinded solution to something I would guess is easy to do, I am just not seeing something.



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