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How do I grant a user access to another user's files?
Posted by Van Glass on 21 April 2010 07:46 AM
The directories that a user can access are defined in the virtual paths for that user. For instructions on setting up virtual paths please see the following:

http://www.mftexpress.com/docs/setting_user_paths_and_permiss.htm

For example, if you have userB whose home directory is /shared/mftexpress/users/ADMINID/userB and you would like for userA to have it's home directory be the same then you just need to set the virtual path of "/" for userA to the real path of /shared/mftexpress/users/ADMINID/userB, where ADMINID is your assigned administrative id. If however you want userA to have it's own unique home directory but you want it to also have access to userB home directory then you could setup a separate virtual path for userA that points to userB home directory.

e.g.

Virtual Path = /
Real Path = /shared/mftexpress/users/ADMINID/userA

Virtual Path = /userB
Real Path = /shared/mftexpress/users/ADMINID/userB
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