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1answer
71 views

Access files/ folders remotely by authentication via browser/ web [closed]

We have some requirements where we want to allow our clients/ users to download files/ folders from our file server via browser/ web. We have a many different directories created on our file server ...
0
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0answers
177 views

NFS export all_squash and anonid

I have a server, S, and a set of clients, C, which I want to share files using NFS. In particular, some clients should have their user-ids remapped as they do not have a user that corresponds to the ...
2
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0answers
47 views

Windows Server 2012 Shares vs. Windows Explorer Sharing

When I use the server manager in WS2012 and create a new share, point it at a folder and give everybody permission to read, it works very strangely: From a client computer, I can access the server in ...
1
vote
1answer
95 views

Ubuntu Samba share not writable by Apache on another machine

I have a basic shared folder on a ubuntu desktop (VM) that I want everyone to have 100% read/write to it. I can set this up, and use a mac to connect and mount the folder but logging in as the ubuntu ...
0
votes
1answer
52 views

file sharing solution for a small company network [closed]

So we have a team of 9 people that need a file share on a linux server. Every person has its own laptop. Most have a linux distribution on it and some have a windows OS. For security reasons the ...
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0answers
194 views

How to give users permission to create and rename a folder, but not to delete it?

so i'm trying to make a shared folder for other users, inside that folder i want a personal folder for every user. I have given full control to everyone on the network, so i can do anything i want, i ...
1
vote
1answer
377 views

Prevent users from creating / copying / moving anything except .exe

We have a program that compiles executables into a folder into c:\bin. Ideally I would like to share this folder so users can access the exe's within but stop them creating any other files in there. ...
0
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2answers
65 views

How can I tell why I have access to a file share on Windows Server

I have a file share on a Windows 2008 R2 server in a AD domain (call it \SECURESERVER\STUFF) and I am not sure if I have the share and folder permissions set up right. I noticed the problem when I ...
4
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2answers
3k views

Windows 2003; Find folders with non-inherited/changed permissions

The question: I'm looking for a good way to audit/search a directory structure (Windows 2003) and locate any folders that either don't inherit permissions from their parent -or- have additional ...
3
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1answer
5k views

Windows 2008 R2 NTFS file permissions not working as intended

We just got our first Windows Server 2008 R2 server in. It's going to be a file server. However, I am running into a weird issue with it that seems to be a result of UAC. When I try to share a ...
0
votes
3answers
83 views

Restricting access to a video file on the network

I have an MP4 file on our Windows 2008R2 fileserver that I want people to be able to view, but not to create copies of. Is there a security permission configuration that would allow this?
2
votes
1answer
409 views

File permission ACEs showing as SIDs after NTBACKUP restore

I have restored a backup to our Windows 2003 SBS domain controller. All the permissions for folders seem to be set correctly for groups BUT when looking at folders that had permissions set for ...
0
votes
1answer
540 views

Sharing apache's error_log with other users (non-root)

I've got other users on my linux system - how can I 'share' the system's error_log so its readable by other users on the system?
1
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2answers
2k views

permissions on a 2008 r2 home directory

I have a windows 2008 r2 file server. It is setup so that users get there home drive mapped to it H:. It is at the following location \\servername\home\%username% I have ben having issues with the ...
2
votes
2answers
413 views

Windows File Share: Can access share\subfolder1 but share\ is inaccessable when accessing share\subfolder2

I'm on a Windows Vista client trying to access a file share running on a Windows Server 2008 R2 box. The network is in a Windows Active Directory Domain. The shares I am trying to access: ...
1
vote
1answer
683 views

Is there a way to use Linux & Samba Server to mimic NTFS ACL's under a Windows Domain?

Does anyone know of an up-to-date tutorial for this? I found this old doc from 2003: http://www.bluelightning.org/linux/samba_acl_howto/ . I've like to have a Linux server replace the Windows file ...
0
votes
3answers
2k views

Win2003 Folder sharing : Group permissions not working while user permissions work

I'm very new to windows server. I'm a software engineer but since we don't have a real sysadmin I'm supposed to figure out everything that is slightly computer related (you know how it is...). I need ...
1
vote
2answers
326 views

File sharing/permissions scheme for students/teachers/staff?

I've recently inherited administration of an Xserve running OS X Server 10.5.8. I have a specific need for teaching staff to access the home folders of students via network shares. Ideally in groups - ...
0
votes
2answers
379 views

Windows 7 Sharing issue on RAID 5 Array(s)

Greetings all, I'm having a very odd error with a windows 7 ultimate x64 system. The network system setup is as follows: 2x XP Pro 32 Bit machines 1x Vista ultimate x64 machine 2x Windows 7 x64 ...
2
votes
7answers
982 views

Is it possible to manage file system access per computer (or per container)?

I'm relatively new to Sys Admin and there is this requirement.. or at least, the talk of a requirement whereby we restrict access to certain folders for a particular set of computers (an OU on our ...
1
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5answers
1k views

Sharing/Security File/Folder Permissions

I'm trying to run an executable (.exe) from LAN without allowing users access to the contents of the LAN folder itself. e.g. 1) User clicks on a link in their email to an executable at a folder path ...
1
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3answers
2k views

Mounting NFS share from OpenSolaris on Linux

I have an OpenSolaris server (snv_101b) serving files via NFS. Everything works fine when mounting the shares on ESXi or OS X, but when I mount from Linux (CentOS 5.2) everything is mounted as ...