Copssh version 4.9.3 comes with an updated Control Panel with following improvements:
- It is now possible to instruct the Control panel not to convert user names to lowercase. If you add the parameter below to the bin/copsshcp.config file, no conversion will find place:
The default behaviour is still conversion to lowercase.
- A chrooted sftp environment allowing isolated directories (access type Sftp) was only supported if the default service account (SvcCOPSSH) is selected. It is now supported for all kinds of service accounts including domain users.
- Copssh takes a service restart if a chrooted environment (access type Sftp) is specified during user activation, to avoid error messages about improper permissions on a chrooted directory.