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To assign user accounts to a particular subdirectory   for example, "subfolder2"   navigate 
to the subdirectory in your File Manager and open it by clicking its name. You can check the 
topmost blue bar of the File Manager to make sure you re in the right place: Make sure you 
are in the correct subdirectory (and, if you have multiple web sites, the correct domain). In 
our example, you should see something that looks 
like this: 
 widgetdesigns.com > 
 subfolder2 
To the right of this information (your folder path), 
locate "This directory is Public [Edit]." Click "Edit." 
You will arrive on a page that lists all of the user names you have created. Click the checkbox 
next to the name of each user account to which you would like to grant access to this 
subdirectory (subfolder2). Click "Change Access" to make your changes, then choose "Finish." 
The subdirectory subfolder2 is now password protected and can only be viewed by entering 
the user name and password associated with the user account you specified. 
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