the “Home” tab, click on the “Create User” link.
“Display Name” type in the name (Example: “John Smith”) of the user you’re creating
this for or “Upload” or “Private”
the “Login” section, before the @ symbol, type in the user you want to
create, example: email@example.com.
in a strong password or have the system generate one.
the box below under the “Assign Services” you want to give them access to
for your domain.
You’ll select Authorized Web Access, and IIS Website
Management” for your domain.
DO NOT CHECK the
“WebMatrix” box at all!
the “Website Selection” section you’ll see “Managed Website” from the
drop down select “yourdomain.com”, click Next.
the “Add New Service User (Authorized Web Access) section, check the box
for “yourdomain.com” and click Next.
back to the “Hosted Domains” tab and click the “yourdomain.com”
on the “Security Settings” link.
the “Edit” button.
the “Anonymous access” box, then click Submit.
the “Hosted Domains” tab, then click on “yourdomian.com” again.
on the “File Manager” link.
on your “yourdomain.com” folder that you have your website content
the folder you created for file you want the people to download from,
right click on the folder and click the “Get Info” button.
the Anonymous Users section, Uncheck all the boxes and click Save.
back to “Hosted Domains” tab, click on “YourDomain.com” again.
on the “Virtual Directories” link.
on “Add Virtual Directory” button.
in the name of the folder you created.
can keep the Description blank
type: type in name of the directory in the box after the wwwroot.
If your directory is called upload, you would type in
“yourdomain.com/upload”, click Next.
the “Anonymous Access”.
check the “Directory Browsing” box.
(This is if you want people to see the content of the folder your browsing to after they login. If you don't want them to see the individual files, then don't check this box.)