Secure FTP for one User

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AS/400
Data
DCM
FTP
iSeries
SSL
User profiles
I'm in the process of setting up Secure FTP over SSL for a Single User Profile "TESTFTP".If i do enable of SSL FTP and assign certficates to FTP client from DCM. Everyone has to follow SSL ftp.Could anybody assist me in setting up SSL ftp for ONLY one user.? Currently no SSL is enabled in system.
It will be good for me,if you can help me on this?
Thank You


Software/Hardware used:
V6R1,P7

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Depending upon what OS/system you are running, you should be able to enable SSL without requiring a secure login. It sounds kind of odd, but not requiring login means the rest of your users should be able to cancel on the user name and password window (kind of a pain, so inform them) and still reach their ftp content.

The setting is probably going to be something masked or easily overlooked (easy to click right past) so read your documentation critically.

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  • TomLiotta
    Before anything else, are you trying to secure FTP client or FTP server? If i do enable of SSL FTP and assign certficates to FTP client from DCM. Everyone has to follow SSL ftp. Why do you think that is true? Are you seeing a problem? What actually happens? Tom
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  • qmaster
    I Came to Know,even though i enabled SSL FTP,it is not required for others to follow the same. But,at this time i'm getting Cryptographic Errors while Creating CA..I found some PTF are lagging..I'm going to apply them and see..what happens next while creating:)
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