Settings Templates allow you to control EFT’s resources while still giving users the flexibility they need to transfer essential files. You can create one or more Settings Templates before or after creating users and assign users to the desired Settings Template. The Settings Template inherits the settings from the Site, but you can override the settings.
To create a new Settings Template
In the administration interface, connect to EFT and click the Server tab.
Do one of the following:
Click a Site or any node below the Site, then on the main menu, click Configuration > New Settings Template.
Click the Settings Templates node, then, in the right pane, click New.
Right-click a Site or any node below the Site, and then click New Settings Template.
Click a Site or any node below the Site, then press CTRL+L.
The Create New Settings Template dialog box appears.
In the Site box, click the list to select a Site.
In the User Settings Template box, type a name for the new Settings Template. For example, type WTC Users. The name can contain up to 255 characters.
Optionally, type a Description for the Settings Template. For example, type: Web Transfer Client users.
Click OK. The new Settings Template appears under the User Settings Templates node.
Click the new Settings Template, and then click the General tab.
The Settings Template is enabled by default. To disable it, clear the Settings Template enabled check box.
If this is to be the default Settings Template, click Set as default. (The Set as default button only appears on the Settings Template's General tab if the template is not the default.) The Settings Template name in the tree will become bold.
In the Description box, the description you typed in the Create New Settings Template dialog box appears. If you did not type a description, you can type one here, but it is optional.
If you want to ensure that the Settings Template is not controlling the user's home folder, clear the ST Home folder check box. Refer to Specifying a User's Home Folder for details about specifying the home folder. This setting affects all users assigned to this Settings Template.
If you want to set a disk quota for the users' home folders, select the Set a disk quota for each user's home folder check box, then type the limit (in MB) in the Max disk space box.
Click the Connections tab. For information about the settings on this tab, refer to Connections Tab of a Settings Template
Click the Security tab. For information about the settings on this tab, refer to Security Tab of a Settings Template:
Click Apply to save the changes on EFT.
To delete a Settings Template
Click the template in the list, and then click Remove.
A confirmation prompt appears. Click Yes to remove the Settings Template or No to cancel.