Try to follow these steps:
1. Navigate to directories -> virtual paths
2. Press "Add" and enter "/Folder/Shared Images" as physical Path and let's say "%HOME%/Shared Images" as virtual path
3. Navigate to "Directory access" tab
4. Create new directory access rule with path: "/Folder/Shared Images" and set permissions that you want
5. Save it & test it. Now you should see "Shared Images" folder under each user home directory in that domain.
I have followed these steps but am still unable to see the shared folders under each user directory, is there anything else I should be trying?
Andy, this should be working for you.
Check if you have Virtual paths and Directory access configured to correct folder under domain directories. Use full physical path in directory access rule. A virtual path of "%HOME%/Shared Images" places the specified physical path in a folder named "Shared Images" within the User's home directory.
I hope this helps but I can't do much more if I don't see your configuration or what are you trying to set there.
Thanks for your reply, I have discovered where my problems lies and it is with group settings overriding the virtual and directory settings, having removed the groups it is now working.
Thanks for your help, much appreciated