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How to block access to the folders on my hosting server?
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I have 4 sites with a hosting provider, and two of them will be transferred to a partner. How can I close his access to my folders and files? Hosting is standard
for 10 sites and databases, plus panel ISP.Solutions (1)Hi, you can create a separate FTP access for the user, but it will be a full account, and if your partner wants, he could still gain access to your files. You need to to order a separate account for him at the same or (or different) hoster and transfer your partner`s files and databases over.Answers (4)Hi. You can create his own FTP-access for your partner, and (if the hosting allows), an individual user.If the sites are on the same account, it isn`t possible. You need to transfer the sites to another account.Create a user for FTP access and upload the database by yourself. Remove dump from required sites and put into folders sites for hyphenation. For ftp-user give rights to the folders that you want them to have access to.Create a user for FTP access and upload the database by yourself. Remove dump from required sites and put into folders sites for hyphenation. For ftp-user give rights to the folders that you want them to have access to.
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