Control what Secure Shell services are available to users and groups
VShell® uses Access Control Lists (ACLs) to define which Secure
Shell services (shell access, SFTP file transfer, and port forwarding)
are granted to individual users or groups. As an example, a remote salesperson
(or sales group) might only be granted SFTP access to their home directory
to allow sales reports to be uploaded and collateral materials downloaded.
A system administration group could be granted full shell and SFTP access
to the server(s) they maintain. A third group of non-technical users
(marketing, HR, etc.) could be granted port forwarding privileges for
their email and corporate calendar applications to allow working from
home or another remote location. Read more about ACLs in the VShell
for UNIX Solutions Guide and the VShell
for WIndows built-in documentation which is available online.
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