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how to Change Defaut root folder to new one in sitefinity file Manager ?

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  1. humayoo
    humayoo avatar
    89 posts
    25 Oct 2010
    05 Jun 2011
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    in sitefinity 3.7 default root folder is project folder. when you browse file Manager, it shows all files from my project folder. i want to  change the default root folder to some new folder like "myproject/publicFile".
     second things i want to restrict root folder navigation, for example when user browse files tab, files shows "myproject/publicFile" ,from this status i do not want user navigate to "myproject" folder.

    please help me, how to solve this problem and provide me some examples and details ? please see the picture for clarity.

  2. Ivan Dimitrov
    Ivan Dimitrov avatar
    16072 posts
    12 Sep 2017
    09 Jun 2011
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    Hello humayoo,

    This is a separate control - ManageFiles. To hide the buttons you need to override it or create a custom selector instead of using UrlWebEditor. In UrlWebEditor there is a reference to ManageFiles. ManageFiles uses Telerik.FileManager.WebControls.Toobar which is initialized inside OnLoad of ManageFiles and this is the place where you can access it using a recursion, because the toolbar container is private.

    Kind regards,
    Ivan Dimitrov
    the Telerik team
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