Have downloaded WinSCP version 5.17.8 ( Build 10803 ) on my personal computer running the Microsoft Windows 10 ( Home ) Edition operating system. I am using the Graphical User Interface ( GUI - Commander style ) to connect between my Windows host operating system and my Debian version 9.5 Linux virtual machine ( i.e., the guest operating system ). It works fine. I just need to know if it is possible to lock the remote Linux directory ( i.e., "/home/anonymous" ) so that other users can log in to my anonymous Linux account, and not be able to access any other Linux directories from within WinSCP. Thank you.
That's not something that WinSCP should do. You have to configure that server-side. The term to google is "chroot".
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