How to Set Website Permissions + Write Permissions

How to set website write permissions using the Windows Hosting Control Panel.
  • Log into the Absolute Hosting Windows Control Panel
  • Expand Hosting Space Menu and click on to Web Sites or click on the Websites Icon on the home page
    SolidCP Website
  • On the Websites page, click the website you wish to set  permissions for
    SolidCP Website List
  • On the Website Properties page, under Security settings, select Enable Write Permissions and click Save Changes
    SolidCP Enable Write Permissions
    SolidCP Save Changes
  • Click Hosting Space MenuFile Manager 
    SolidCP File Manager
  • On the File Manager page, click on your domain name to expand the folders on the web server
    SolidCP File Manager Domains List
  • Click the Padlock icon to the right of your wwwroot folder  (or any folder within the wwwroot)
    SolidCP File Manager Permissions Icon
  • On the File/Folder Permissions pop-up, select write permissions for the Network Service & your website user 
    SolidCP Set Website Write Permissions
  • Select Replace permissions on all child objects and click Set Permissions
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