Secure Folders in WebsitePanel

In this article I will give you a step by step guide on how to add secure folders in WebsitePanel. This is an updated version of this article.

1. Log into WebsitePanel

2. Go to Websites:

websites websitepanel

3. Select the website that you want to apply secure folders:

select website websitepanel

4. Disable Basic and Integrated Authentication:

disable authentication websitepanel

5. Go to the extensions tab and change the ASP version to “4.0 Integrated“. You must select the integrated one, otherwise it will not work:

asp version websitepanel

6. Then go to the Security tab and enable Secured Folders:

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7. Create a user for the secured folder:

user secure folder websitepanel

8. After creating the user, add a new folder. Enter the folder title, the path and the user allowed to access the folder:

creating secure folder websitepanel

9. And that’s it! The secured folder has been created:

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Rodolfo Hernandez

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5 Comments on Secure Folders in WebsitePanel

  1. Anonymous says:

    It is sufficient to enable secured folders to have the control panel disabling Windows/Basic authentication and enabling integrated mode.

  2. This article says to create the user first and then create the folder. What if I need to secure a folder that already exists?

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