Most current file systems have methods of administering permissions or access rights to specific users and groups of users. These systems control the ability of the users to view or make changes to the contents of the filesystem.

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Impossible write into the AJXP_DATA_PATH folder

I have installed ajaxplorer in my centos. Iam trying to open through website its showing error " Impossible write into the AJXP_DATA_PATH folder: Make sure to grant write access to this folder for ...
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openshift php script not able to write files.

I want to install contao on openshift, but the install script stops and the check script shows error on php writing files: http://spahn-pointout.rhcloud.com/check/ All php-fles have 600 and orders 700 ...
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Executing VBS via Task Scheduler not working. It works if logon to server and launch

I am having a problem running a scheduled task using Task Scheduler. I have setup a new domain user with admin privileges on the server (Windows Server 2008): User1. The Task Scheduler runs a VBS ...
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Certain users being denied access to a Windows Server 2008 shared folders in a specific PC

We have a Windows 2008 Server running with shared folders and some users with different permissions. My problem is that some day, without changing anything in the server, a certain user started ...
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Wordpress is unable to write files, despite correct file permissions [closed]

I am unable to automatically install plugins or themes on my new wordpress setup. It gives me this screen: I believe this is usually due to a write permission error on the wordpress directory. ...
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Node + PM2 - How to securely read SSL private key with non-root user?

I'm looking for a way to run node via PM2 whilst reading an SSL private-key that is placed in a secure directory. Details: Bitnami LEMP stack with Node permissions for /etc/ssl/private: drwx------ ...
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Giving local account access to domain fileshare

I have a user who needed to create scheduled tasks that will convert files on a server to a different filetype (working with autocad type files). He's on a standard user account which doesn't give him ...
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Fileserver cannot find any DC's for trusted domain

The problem Due to a merger in our organisation, we are migrating to a new common Active Directory domain. Our old legacy domain and the new domain have a two-way trust between them. We have two ...
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Redirect file write to different location

One of our proprietary legacy applications writes a temporary file in C:\ . It always has the same name. There is no way to configure this setting in the application. I used Process Monitor to trace ...
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Issue with folder permission in file server migration - Share Parmissions VS NTFS Permissions

I am migrating a file server form 2003 to 2012 R2. There are about 50TB of files with thousands of individual permissions. I have successfully migrated the files to the new server, including their ...
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View File chown changes

Is there a way to view all of the times a files ownership changed? I have a feeling there is a security issue on my server, however I am also very paranoid and may have changed it myself.
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Stop files from being write-protected on creation linux

When files are created in my webapps folder (tomcat) they are write protected by default. Is there any way to prevent this? I would like a program I have written to be able to create and delete this ...
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Copy file permissions, but not files in Unix

(From : http://stackoverflow.com/questions/15245144/copy-file-permissions-but-not-files, closed because off-topic) I have two copies of the same directory tree. They almost have the same files in ...
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Improve the security of a website implementing the least privilege principle [migrated]

I am a beginner and I am trying to program a secure website to improve my skills and knowledge. I am under Linux and I am using LAMP with php. My website is similar to a social network so people will ...
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Give SFTP users and Apache write permissions on same folders

I have a centos6 web server where developers also upload by connecting through SFTP. So, to give developer login write permissions, I have change /var/www user to that user. My current permissions ...
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Folder redirection, show local file paths only, not server file path

I'm experiencing a problem with a Windows Server 2012 R2 network which has folder redirection configured. Today I have found a problem where it's possible for the user to see the full file path from ...
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How to turn on ls -l headers? [closed]

How do I turn on the labels for ls -l? -rw------- 1 root root 0 Jan 2 2014 php_logging.log The first is permissions but root root confuses me. One is the username of the owner ...
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File Created by PHP Doesn't Have Permissions

The problem is when I upload a photo to my server using PHP from android, TrustedInstaller doesn't have permissions on the file and I can't change file permissions using chmod(). There is no problem ...
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postfix parameter default_privs

I have set default_privs=myuser in main.cf, which is a perl script, executed in the context of this user. In the perl script I added some debug to print out the user: my $exec_username = ...
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w2012 file server. Deleted folder reappears and can't be deleted

On a windows 2012 R2 File Server when clients app removes a folder it reappears with access denied. I can browse to the folder which contains the inaccessible folder, I can run dir command and see it. ...
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ubuntu 14.04 server wordpress file permission

I have an webserver running Ubuntu 14.04. I host 3 wordpress 4.1 sites using apache virtual hosts. The website are working well but I can't upload any picture using wordpress>media>library>add new. ...
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Permission issues with tomcat7 on EC2

I finally managed to deploy my web service on to ec2 with tomcat 7 installed. It works perfectly fine on localhost but is receiving errors on ec2. I think it is because my code generates an xml file ...
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Debugging a chdir(2) syscall

I have often faced various file system permission problems on Linux. And now with SELinux a bit complicated. I am searching for a generic way to debug this. In my particular case I have a chdir(2) ...
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Linux CentOS: A server throws weird error messages, can you speculate why?

There's a server in my company which is part of the production environment. On the server there's an ActiveMQ server running. I logged into the Active-MQ UI and tried to create a new queue. When I ...
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Files uploaded using FileZilla with SFTP are missing permissions

I am using chroot in sftp. And it works perfectly, but files uploaded with FileZilla are stored without any permissions (basically 000). ---------- 1 cwsftp sftp 4364328 Jan 19 16:02 ...
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Setting default permissions on newly created files/folders

I have a network of sites where all sites share same "images" folder. I have created /home/_images/entities and symlinked it from all websites, and it works great with Apache, when I open /images/ on ...
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apache tries to access .htaccess in lost+found directory

A subdirectory /var/www/vhost/servername/httpdocs/subdir/of an apache (ver. 2.2.22 on ubuntu 12.04) vhost webroot is a disk partition of its own. Accordingly, there is also ...
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SFTP-server uploaded files having wrong rights

I have been trying to figure out what is wrong with the file rights. When I am uploading files using FileZilla all the files get rights -rw-r--r--. I would want them to have -rwxr-xr-x. I have tried ...
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git: preserve group owner

I use a central HUB which does an auto deploy to a productive web server if there are changes in the main branch. Now the setup runs in file permission problems. If I do a push I want to preserve the ...
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Creating Scheduled Task from Group Policy. Can't write to network share?

I am using NinitePro and group policy to deploy and update software on our small network of 150 Win 7 and WinXP machines. I am roughly following these instructions: ...
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Not everyone can write to new files made in /var/www

I followed the most upvoted tips in this thread. What's the best way of handling permissions for apache2's user www-data in /var/www? I just made a new file under one user1. However user2 ...
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How to add a file to a docker container which has no root permissions?

I'm trying to add a file to a Docker image built from the official tomcat image. That image does not seem to have root rights, as I'm logged in as user tomcat if I run bash: docker run -it tomcat ...
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Secure permissions setup for Drupal website with multiple maintainers

For several Drupal sites a colleague of mine and I (for demonstration purposes alice and bob) are responsible for maintaining these installations. We both have an SSH account to log into the server ...
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mkdir -p ignores facl?

I am trying to enforce file perms of 777 across a specific set of dirs. I used "setfacl -m d:o::rwx" and got what appears to be the right permissions $ getfacl . # file: . # owner: blah # group: ...
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How to create nested file and set owner for all parent paths?

I need to create the following file for www-data user like the following: sudo /var/www/.ssh/authorized_keys But non of www, .ssh directories and authorized_keys file does not exists. How could I ...
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File permission recursively for all new folders and files that gets created [closed]

I want a folder to have 777 permission and every time a new file or folder gets created inside that should have the same user and group with 777 permission. I tried the following but it does not get ...
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permissions 040 not readable by group?

I'm a bit confused by the permissions on a file. Just to experiment, I tried the following as user "jorre" chown jorre:jorre file.txt chmod 040 file.txt I would expect this file to be readable by ...
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Strange Windows Server 2003 File Permissions

I ran Somarsoft Dumpsec against a Windows 2003 server for file permissions. Instead of see all "R"s, "X"s, and "ALL"s for file permissions, I see an occasional "dx00010156". Does anyone know what ...
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Maintaining Linux file owner and group info in a multi-user system

I have a web application running on Linux (using CentOS 6) using a generic non-root user name, say app1. I've associated all the files under the folder /home/app1 with that user/group (using chown -R ...
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Restoring file / folder permission using GPO

Initially, in our Windows domain environment, all Domain Users are by default Local Administrator of their own workstation. After some deliberation, it was decided that Domain Users should be removed ...
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Detect files of folders which do not inherit permissions from their parent

Is there an easy way to find any files/folders (recursively) within a directory which do not inherit permissions from their parent. i.e. To gauge the effects of selecting "replace permissions on ...
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How to make NGinx to ignore file permissions? [closed]

I use NGinx to serve static sites, and sometimes there are some files with 640 permissions instead of 644. For such sites NGinx says "403 Forbidden". Is there any way to tell NGinx to ignore file ...
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PHP can't save sessions due to permission error

I know that this question must have been asked (and answered) before, but I can't find a solution for my problem in any of those questions. It's a bit odd... The problem is that my PHP scripts (and my ...
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set group ownership after git deploy

I'm running Centos7 and have a git reset --hard + git pull running as user A. The git reset --hard is triggered on the server by logging into the server through SSH as user A and issuing the git ...
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umask for www-data user running PHP on Ubuntu

Setting up a new webserver in Ubuntu 14.04 and trying to wrangle file permissions for PHP generated files. By default, all the directories and files in /var/www are owned/grouped to www-admin. ...
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Freenas & LDAP Multiple User Groups Not Taking Affect

we are using, Freenas 9.2.1.7 which communicates with LDAP to control file permission. We have Windows users in multiple groups. Some belong to Finance as their primary group and Admin as another ...
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Domain user still able to view view.list folder even though permission is set to Deny

I have AD on my server , I have specific user group are set to deny(List Folder) for certain folder, but the user still have visible of the folder in the server even they do not have permission to ...
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How do I detect what is changing file ownership on Linux?

I have inherited a bunch of Linux (Ubuntu Precise) servers and am currently having problems with the ownership of a folder changing to "root" fairly often. We run puppet, which changes the ownership ...
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Can't read file perms from Linux when file is open in Windows (NFS share)

I have a folder that is shared from Windows (2012 R2) via NFS, and mounted in Linux (Ubuntu 14.04). Everything is working fine, except that when a file is open in Windows, even if it's just Read ...
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php script can't access /tmp folder

I have no open_basedir, php can access /etc /usr /proc /home etc… but not /tmp. tmpfs is mount on /tmp (/tmp type tmpfs (rw)) That's also the reason I want to use the /tmp folder. My files are owned ...