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Publishing Website | Root Directory not valid

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Sep 24, 2017

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So I'm publishing my site to the Remote Server via FTP. However, its saying my site directors either invalid, non-existent or I don't have permission. The directors is straight from my Creative Cloud files. How would I change permission for this folder, as I know it exists and the directory isn't invalid> Thanks

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Correct answer by Nancy OShea | Adobe Community Professional

Go to Site > New Site or Manage Sites.

Enter your remote server's Root Directory where indicated in the screenshot below.

CC-RootFolder.jpg

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Publishing Website | Root Directory not valid

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So I'm publishing my site to the Remote Server via FTP. However, its saying my site directors either invalid, non-existent or I don't have permission. The directors is straight from my Creative Cloud files. How would I change permission for this folder, as I know it exists and the directory isn't invalid> Thanks

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Correct answer by Nancy OShea | Adobe Community Professional

Go to Site > New Site or Manage Sites.

Enter your remote server's Root Directory where indicated in the screenshot below.

CC-RootFolder.jpg

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Did you stipulate the correct root directory for the remote server? This is usually similar to www or httpdocs. You will need to check with the host.


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Go to Site > New Site or Manage Sites.

Enter your remote server's Root Directory where indicated in the screenshot below.

CC-RootFolder.jpg

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