HideNoAccess [ HideNoAccess on|off]
0.99.0 and later
The HideNoAccess directive configures a <Directory> or <Anonymous> block to hide all directory entries in a directory listing (via the LIST or NLST FTP commands) to which the current logged-in, authenticated user has no access. Normal Unix-style permissions always apply, so that although a user may not be able to see a directory entry that has HideNoAccess applied, they will receive a normal "Permission denied" error message when attempting to blindly manipulate the file system object. The directory or file can be made completely invisible to all FTP commands by applying IgnoreHidden in conjunction with HideNoAccess.