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Interesting issue administering web server

Hey there gang...

I have a client who is running an all in one server.

The web server is running just fine, but when it was under netware I simply added permissions to the /sys:/novonxy/suitespot/docs directory for users whom I had trained on how to edit html so they can keep their site up to date and that worked lovely.

Now on OES2 the web site is of course located in /srv/www/htdocs. Now these guys want to continue editing their website as they always have. So here is the rub. How do I publish /srv/www/htdocs back through NCP so they can see it as a mapped drive on their windows work stations?

Any clues ?
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What *I* would do is this:

Go into NRM (ie: https://servername:8009)

Go to the:
Manage NCP Services -> Manage Shares

Click Create New Share

Let's say we'll call it:
HTDOCS (or whatever you want) for volume name
for path, you'd put in:

/srv/www/htdocs

I think that's it.

It should then show up as a mountable NCP drive, and by default use NCP file rights
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Worked perfectly! Thanks
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You are welcome!
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