I work for a government entity and have been successfully using the WINSCP3. I use a Putty generated key which is on the actual computer used to ftp from. I have set up the account to only accept connections that use the pre-set authentication key. We have rented space on a commercial web server with our own dedicated IP. (php based website using Apache). They allow for the setup of ftp user accounts BUT if I use them the connection cannot be encrypted. The use of the website has expanded and I now need to provide two other IT people (with no ftp experience) limited ftp capability in which I wish to limit which file directories they can access. Is there a way to use WINSCP to do this? If not, is there any freeware available that can provide a way for me to control access via ftp while maintaining encryption? Any ideas are welcome.
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