Allowing other users to access my cpanel on rev-online
Thomas McGrath III
mcgrath3 at mac.com
Wed Jun 24 08:42:09 CDT 2009
Thanks for this. It will help a lot and yes I would be interested in a
detailed workflow. Feel free to send your Word file to me.
Tom McGrath III
Lazy River Software
3mcgrath at comcast.net
iTunes Library Suite - libITS
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On Jun 24, 2009, at 7:00 AM, Francis Nugent Dixon wrote:
> Hi from Brittany,
> Thomas, Use cPanel File Manager to create a folder
> that you will open to your other user. Then use cPanel
> FTP Accounts to create an account for your user, and
> specify that he has access to that folder only.
> Download FileZilla and create a site with these
> account details.
> Tell your user to download FileZilla, and to create
> a site with the same FTP account details.
> Use FileZilla to upload your files to the specific
> folder. Don't use ON-REV to upload your files,
> especially if they are over a meg or two - it wasn't
> designed for that.
> In Filezilla, with 2 clicks, your user has access to
> the files you put in this specific folder, and no other.
> I use this system to make AIFF files of up to 60 MB
> available to our sound engineer in LA - Works a charm !
> If you want a detailed Word file of how to do all this
> (I made it for the benefit of MY users), I can let you
> have it off-forum.
> Hope this helps
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