ffaria wrote:Anyone can help me on how to implement this?
One disk, with a share like Disk4. Only Admin have access to it.
Subfolder User1, under Disk4, only User 1 have access to it (also admin will have access to it).
Subfolder User2, under Disk4, only User 2 have access to it (also admin will have access to it).
When User1 access through FTP, User1 will see not see nothing, but will have right to read/write/delete everything that is on subfolder User1 and subfolder under that.
When User2 access through FTP, User2 will see not see nothing, but will have right to read/write/delete everything, that is on subfolder User1 and subfolder under that.
They (user1 and user2) wouldn't see Networker recycle, neither other subfolders names.
Admin, with a share called Disk4 should see all subfolders under Disk4, like User1 or User2 or Networker recycle.
User1shouldn't see nothing (including the subfolder name User1) except the contents of their folder (\Disk1\User1\*.*).
I have try several things, saw the qnap guides...but nothing have help me.
Please, a guide or some images would be appreciated.
ffaria wrote:Hello Patrick,
Thank you for your answer.
And here are the answer to your questions, at this time:
What version of NAS Firmware is installed? - Current firmware version: 3.7.3 Build 20120801
Drive Configuration? SingleDrives, JBOD, RAID? - Four SingleDrives
Window "Domain" or "Workgroup"? - Workgroup
Are you using v3.7.x "Home Folders"? Yes
Do you have "Windows ACL Support" enabled? No
Do you have "Advanced Folder Permissions" enabled? Yes
With your questions and comments, I have changed some configurations, and now, the result are better.
User1 or User2 don't see nothing and I have copy a file using Windows to both folders (Disco4/Homes/User1 and Disco4/Homes/User2). All this when I use a ftp client.
Also, when I try do upload a file through FTP client, I receive the following error -
Comando: STOR desktop.ini
Resposta: 550 desktop.ini: Forbidden filename
Please...any ideia what I'm doing wrong.
After the command - getfacl NAmaro (NAmaro=User1) I obtain the following
[/share/HDD_DATA/homes] # getfacl NAmaro
# file: NAmaro
# owner: NAmaro
# group: everyone
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