Specify the User Login Directory
The user login directory determines which directory's contents a user sees after connecting to the server using SFTP or SCP2. The default login directory is the Windows .
To change the user login directory
- Click the Configuration > SFTP Directories.
- Select a directory in the User login directory list.
- Click File > Save.
The server settings are updated.
- To add an item to the User login directory list, add it to the SFTP accessible directories list and confirm that Allow is selected.
- To have users log into their virtual root directory, which contains all accessible directories configured and allowed under SFTP accessible directories, select "<virtual root directory>".
- When you change the user login directory, if the currently configured user public key directory does not correspond to the new login location, a warning message appears. The reason for this is that automatic key upload programs — including the one provided with the Reflection client — will not work correctly if public keys are not stored in a subdirectory called .ssh2 in the user's login directory. You can ignore this message if you do not use public key authentication, or if you configure user keys manually.