Does ChrootDirectory disable port forwarding?



What I am trying to accomplish:
* Chroot environment for file transfer isolation
* Port forwarding on specific ports to allow vnc to be used under uids
which are not allowed ssh access



The environment:
Openssh 5.2p1
Redhat Enterprise Linux (rhel5u3)



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