3.4.7 The comparison of authority between administrator and user.

ANS:

When the administrator sets up a user's authority in FTP, this user can only upload, edit, or delete files on his/her own folder, but the administrator can manage the files in user's folder. Users are not allowed to delete, edit or upload files in other users' folders.

Here's the comparison of authority:

 

Administrator Login

Personal Panel Login

Anonymous Login

My FTP (Administrator)

Upload

 ―

 ー

 ー

Download

   ―  

 ー 

 ー

Delete

 ―

 ー

 ー

My FTP (User)

Upload

 ー

 ―

 ー

Download

 ー

 ―

 ー

Delete

 ー

 ―

 ー

My Samba

Syatem file folder

Full Control

Read/Save

 ー

Personal file folder

Full Control

Full Control

 ー

other file folder

Full Control

Read/Save

 ー

Anonymous

Share file folder

Full Control

Read/Save

Read

  Unauthorized         ―  Authorized

My FTP: Click the icon, and the window (as below )  will appear and show all the folders in FTP. 

Admin folder - It belongs to administrator.

Anonymous - The files that administrator would like to share with others will be in the anonymous folder. 

My Samba - All users within same LAN are allowed to view this folder and add, delete, and revise the files.

Admin Webcam Recorder- If the GR-1102 is connected with a webcam, the images will be stored in this folder, and only administrator can enter this folder.@

MY FTP: It・s a folder of personal user, and files in the folder will appear. 

The User can manage his/her files. 

When the administrator creates the user account and authorizes his/her right on FTP, the user folder will be created and named automatically.

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