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How to customize permissions for Plesk users by "Disk Security".
For example, you have an application installed into the folder
. This module is used on customer's sites, but it does not work properly because Panel's default security rules prohibit customers from accessing arbitrary folders on the disk. To resolve this, you can create a file named AppName.xml, add your security rules as described further, and place the file into the directory
To customize disk security, you should create an additional file with the
extension in the
directory and specify additional security rules in the file. This will enable you to track changes and manipulate sets of security metadata easily.
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>
<Entry AccounType="1" Account="Psacln" Path="C:\\Documents and Settings\\" SubPath="AppName" AceFlags="ThisFolderSubfoldersAndFiles" AccessMask="FullAccess" EntryFlags="0x0" />
<Entry AccounType="1" Account="Psaadm" Path="C:\\Documents and Settings\\" SubPath="AppName" AceFlags="ThisFolderSubfoldersAndFiles" AccessMask="FullAccess" EntryFlags="0x0" />
Run the ApplySecurity.exe utility:
"%plesk_bin%"\\ApplySecurity.exe --apply-to-directory --directory="C:\\Documents and Settings"
Please refer to following Plesk documentation regarding Customizing Disk Security for more details: