> 
> SFTP is for giving secure-ftp-access to users who also have secure-
> shell-access (SSH), so I don't think it's appropriate for your case.
> FTP-logins can be totally separated from shell-logins (with a 
> separate passwords-database or even virtual users on some ftp-
> servers), so I think you better go on with your FTP-configuration, 
> but then use a SSL- aware FTP-client to make secured connections to 
> your server, not SFTP.

I dont completely understand here - how can I force people with FTP accounts
to log in securely? As in - how do I force SSL authenticated logins but still
allow authentication to the accounts in Pureftp DB file?

thanks in advance,

- noah



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