Win32: Sharing Two Root Drives Doesn't Work
|seier, Tim Kosse
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When I try to share both my C:\ and X:\ drives only one or the other is visible from remotely connecting users. Users should see two folders when they connect:
/X/ and /C/ instead they either see the contents of C:\ or X:\ based on which one is the home directory. I would also like to note, that I don't have any groups set up, just one FTP user with full access to both drives.
I can probably create two different logins and let each user have access to a different drive, but I'd much rather it just list both drive letters as if they were folders.
This sure beats the hell out Windows' File & Printer Sharing File Transfers! Keep up the good work. Using FTP I can see the transfer speed, time remaining, and pause/resume transfers, it's terrific. I can also make sure I only transfer one file at a time while still adding to the queue.