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hello,
i have a little problem on virtual public folders normally not archivable from a "member of" account.
nothing to disable the tar download of a public folder ???


« Last Edit: October 21, 2009, 03:11:49 AM by jerome »


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anything that was not marked to be archivable, is NOT archivable.
if by default everything is archivable, it's because the root is archivable, and everything else is inheriting this permission.
if you don't wa everything to be archivable, you should start by removing the flag on the home/root, and putting it to the folders you want.


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Thank you but,

My root flag say not archivable,
the only thing unusual is that i use a HFS short link called Home placed at the root,
were i place the Home page HTML code in the comments.

i will try to use physical real folders more than virtual folders to see what it say.


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the easy way to know where the archivable flag is inherited from, is:

starting from HOME,
hover your mouse over the folder (in first case is home),
you'll see a yellow tooltip rectangle with some information in it.
if you read "archivable", that's where it comes from.
if there's no "archivable", move deeper in sub-folders, towards the folder you are interested.
before or later, you will see the "archivable".


if this method doesn't work for you, it's a bug or you missed it.
in such case, send your VFS to support@rejetto.com specifying the full path that should not be archivable but it is.


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Thank you for the help,
i  found a lot of sub folders "archivables" from older HFS versions use, before the recursively hidden Flags option use.
it was to make them visible in the recursive listing if i remember.