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The reason you're having trouble with this question is you have not sufficiently thought about your desired intention of what each account is going to facilitate. The question you need to ask yourself is; Do all virtual users in this system have mutual access to all managed objects? By this I mean, does virtual user A have the same access requirements ...
VSFTP provides a chroot feature. Your virtual user has a document root, and it can be chrooted into it using : write_enable=YES chroot_local_user=YES local_root=/var/www/html/$USER user_sub_token=$USER As far as ownership is concerned, just make sure the FTP user can manipulate the files into each home directory. /var/www/html doesn't need to be owned by ...
You can have a look at ADManager. But instead of groups, it allows to manage users with delegated access.
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