This function allows you to create and delete additional users. With these users, you can specify which directory you want them to access (FTP or Telnet), which shell to use and set the Bounce/Reply-to email address.
Once a user is created, you are able to delete only that user. You will not be able to delete a user that you did not originally create. The delete function will allow you to delete these users.
Create User: Input the new username you want to create and then you will need to click the radio button choice at the left of Create User.
Delete User: Delete the user you created, you can select from a user list which are created by you. The Delete User field won't appear if you have no users to delete. and you'll need to click the radio choice at the left of Delete User.
Password: (Required) This field is for setting the password for the user you are creating.
Confirm: (Required) This field is for confirming the password.
Directory: (Required) This field is for confirming the directory you want the user to access. The directory is relative to administrator's home directory.
Shell: (Required) This field is useful for Telnet User to
delecting user's shell. When using /bin/rksh shell, the user can't go beyond the assgined directory.
Bounce/Reply-to: (Optional) This field is used to specify user's bounce/reply-to address. If empty or invalid email address, there will no bounce/reply-to address for this user.
If a directory exists when creating a new user name, the user will be automatically placed into that directory when logging in through an FTP program.
To Telenet Users:
If a directory exists when creating a new user name, the user will be automatically placed into that directory when logging in through telnet. If this user use /bin/rksh as shell, then this user can go beyond the assigned directory and can't go beyond this directory (NO cd command for this user). Through this way, you
can restrict the user to your other directories.
Both user names and passwords are CaSe SeNSiTiVe.
You can select the directory from a list, the system will list all of your sub-directoies under your home directory.