You can create one or more user setting levels before or after creating users and subsequently assign users to the desired user setting level. This allows you to control the server’s resources while still giving your users the flexibility they need to transfer essential files.
To create a new User Setting Level
In the Administrator, connect to the server, then click the Server tab.
On the main menu click Configuration, then click Create New User Setting Level. The Create New User Setting Level dialog box appears.
In the Site box, click the down arrow to select a Site.
In the User setting level box, type a name for the new User Setting Level.
Optionally, type a Description for the User Setting Level.
Click OK. The new User Setting Level appears under the User Setting Levels node.
Click the new User Setting Level, then click the Main tab.
The User Setting Level is enabled by default. To disable it, clear the Enable this settings level check box.
If this is to be the default settings level, click Set as default. The Site name in the tree becomes bolded.
In the Description box, type a description (optional).
See Specifying a User's Home Folder for details about specifying the home folder for all users in this User Setting Level.
In the Login message box, click the appropriate action from the drop-down menu above the text box, then, if necessary, edit the Login Message in the text box. The available actions include:
Use default - Use the default login message (specified in the Default Settings node of the User Setting Levels).
Add to default - Add the message in the text box to the default login message.
Replace default - Replace the default login message with the message in the text box.
None - Do not display a login message.
Select the Restrict IP Access check box if you want to use the TCP/IP Access Restrictions area to restrict access to the Server by IP address. See Controlling Access by IP Address for details of using this feature.
Click the Security tab. For information about the settings on this tab, see:
Select the Quota tab. For information about the settings on this tab, see:
Click Apply to save the changes.