Adding a virtual directory to a user account
Each user can be assigned different virtual directories. A virtual directory is added to a user account by using the User Manager, pictured above. To add a virtual directory to a user account, first:
1. Select the user in the “Cerberus Users” list.
2. Next, click on the "New Virtual Directory..." button , which is located below the “UserList” list box. This will reveal the folder selection button, which is labeled with a folder icon, and the "Set Root" button Once you have clicked on the folder button, a Browse for Folder dialog will appear.
3. Navigate to the directory you wish to add and press the OK button on the dialog box. The directory you selected should appear in the edit box to the right of the folder button.
4. Finally, select the Set Root (this button will be labeled “Assign as Root” in simple mode) button located to the right of the folder selection button.
The directory should appear in the “Virtual Root directory” list box. To configure the newly added directory, click on the directory name in the list box. The directory’s permission options should appear in the list box to the right of the directory list. Place a check beside any permission that you would like to grant to the virtual directory and all of that directory’s subdirectories.