Restrict users' access to just their home directories
VShell® for UNIX includes the ChrootUsers and ChrootGroups commands
to restrict the members of the listed groups to their home directories
when attempting shell access, remote command execution, or subsystem
execution. Providing shell access or SFTP file transfer isn't an "all-or-none" proposition
with VShell for UNIX. The new jail shell feature allows you to restrict
individual users or groups to have shell access or file transfer privileges
in only their home directories. This restriction is implemented using
the ChrootUsers or ChrootGroups statement in the configuration file.
Read more about chroot commands in the VShell
for UNIX Solutions Guide.
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