Before you continue, make sure to sign in.
Once you login, you will see a list of all users (which will initially be empty). In the upper right corner click on the create user button (Fig-1).
Refer to Fig-2:
SSH Key Details is used to login to SFTP Gateway instead of a password.
Select one of these options for the user
The “Generate new SSH keys pair” option will generate a new key pair, write the public key to the
authorized_keys file, and download the private key once the user is saved.
Note: You will need to make the private key available to the user by email or any other secure way (learn more).
The “Upload user-provided SSH key” option will display a browse button that will allow you to navigate to a public key file to be uploaded and written to the user’s
S3 Encryption Level is used to encrypt object uploaded to S3 by the user.
Here are all your options:
Enable Shared Directory is used to allow multiple SFTP Gateway users to access the same set of files. This will create a folder in the default S3 bucket (even if the user has a custom bucket configured) called
Any files created in this S3 location will get synced down to this Linux filesystem location:
Enable Download Directory is used to allow this user to see what is on S3 through the use of Download Folders.
By default, this will create a folder in your S3 bucket:
/downloads. Any files created in this S3 location will get synced down to this Linux filesystem location:
Upload Destination S3 Bucket Name is used to specify the custom S3 bucket name for this user.
Note: This is an options field for per user customization and can be left blank to use the server defaults. This will create a new bucket or point to an existing bucket that you own.
Upload Destination Prefix is used to specify the S3 path to use for this user.
Note: This is an options field for per user customization and can be left blank to use the server defaults. The user’s files will be uploaded to