I've been a user of cPanel for awhile and just switched to a host who uses Plesk instead. cPanel has an easy way for me to set up a new FTP account that limits access to a subfolder. Example: I could create a new FTP user who can login using this username in full: firstname.lastname@example.org. Once logged in, their root folder will appear as mydomain.com/uploads/ They have complete upload/rename/delete access for that folder and all child folders, but they cannot access the root of the domain. Plesk has a somewhat similar function called "Web Users", but it does not allow scripting and inserts a mandatory "~" character before the folder name. Since cPanel can do what I've described, why can't Plesk? Is there a way to do this on a server manually that uses Plesk? Is there some kind of work-around to achieve this functionality? Thanks.