For a server migration, I have to migrate the user accounts.
For WEB IIS Anonymous ‘mywebsite_web’ accounts, is the password the same as the FTP account ? or is it a default password ?
Thanks in advance,
Unless you use Active Directory the only way to migrate is with some decent scripts.
You would need to create the user on the new server, set password, then in IIS config set the password (can all be done via powershell normally).
In addition you would then need to migrate over the Permissions of each file (also can be done via powershell).
There’s no default password used, it’s all automatically generated and hashed.
By default after importing all sites into IIS, anonymous authentication uses IUSR,
Apart from a security point of view, I don’t really have a problem with this, but will it be a problem for features of SolidCP?
Security wise it’s kind of a problem, if one site gets hacked all of them can (and usually will be) hacked.
For SolidCP it stores a user/pass for site auth (also ftp auth if using IIS FTP) which might cause issues.
In the end i wouldn’t recommend such migration but rather the type i described in my previous reply, however to what extend (besides security conserns) your type of migration might cause issues with scp i would just recommend to give it a try and make sure to load the Website properties inside SolidCP.
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