• Subject: Re: Directory Trees on the IFS (Security)
  • From: rob@xxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 7 Nov 2000 14:43:58 -0500


Ah ha!  You mentioned FTP.  That is simple.  Purchase an FTP exit point
program.  If that is not an option then download one from IBM and modify it
to limit directories.  We downloaded one from the redbook 'Cool Title about
the AS/400 and the Internet'.  Worked great, with only minor modifications.
We've purchased Pentasafe and will be going that way.

Rob Berendt

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Afternoon All,

        I have a quick question.  Has anyone worked with the directory tree
on the IFS enough to
have found a way to keep users from walking up the tree to the root.   Home
Directory is not enough to
keep users from walking back up..

        The problem is I have a tree that branches 2 levels down, and user
1
should only have access to branch 1, and User 2 should only have access to
Branch 2 and neither user should be in common portion of the tree for any
reason, but they need to be able to FTP data into there respective
trees....

        TIA,
Jeffrey M. Silberberg
CompuDesigns, Inc.
(770) 399-9464

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