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	<tr><td class="bold">File Path</td><td>Allow you to assign each user to individual file path</td></tr>
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	<tr><td class="bold">CREATE</td><td>Copy file/folder, create new file/folder & unzip file</td></tr>
	<tr><td class="bold">MODIFY</td><td>Rename file/folder, restore file/folder, move file/folder, edit file content, & set file/folder permission</td></tr>
	<tr><td class="bold">REMOVE</td><td>Delete file/folder & empty recycle bin</td></tr>
	<tr><td class="bold">TRANSFER</td><td>Download file</td></tr>
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	<tr><td class="bold">CREATE + TRANSFER</td><td>Upload file & zip file</td></tr>
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    <p><div class="bold"><img alt="" src="../images/failure.gif" /> Attention Administrator!</div><hr />The reason I set zip permission as above is to avoid people from zipping php file and download it. So it is better to use <span class="bold">File Path</span> to set user away from any of your system file if you going to set user with create & transfer permission.</p>

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