Questions related to permissions or access rights for operating systems, filesystems, servers, or network devices.

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Why all users can access SSAS cube? [on hold]

I noticed that all domain users can see and read all data from the cube, although I had a role defined with only few users granted a permission. Even after I completely deleted whole role definition ...
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SQL Server Chain Permission

We have the 2 databases. Reporting HR There are some users who want to extract data from HR database. But we don't want to give direct access to that HR database. So, we created the special views in ...
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Linux editing remotely mounted files [migrated]

I have a web server and I mount the directory containing all my website projects onto a local directory in my Linux VirtualBox under /home/UserA/Desktop/Remote/sites. My problem is editing the files ...
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Apache on Docker can't write to volume filesystem

I built an image for running Apache with mod_php, for Magento extension development. Magento needs to write to the webroot: It keeps files in /srv/magento/var/ for cache, error reporting, and some ...
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File Sharing Methods

So, I've been looking around, and haven't found any information that lays out the differences between the two file sharing areas in the Folder Properties Sharing tab, as in the image below. There seem ...
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Linux user in group can't cd into directory with executable permission [migrated]

(Ok, originally asked this on StackOverflow, got it downvoted with a suggestion to post on SuperUser, where I got a hint (but no luck) with using FUSE to mount media. As serverfault seems to have the ...
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NFS: How to allow a specific user to write in a NFS mount?

I wrote a Nagios check which is supposed to check the time it takes a server to write a file to one of it's mounts. The check is being run by user nagios. The NFS server is configured like so: ...
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Nginx / PHP-FPM = Blank pages

Dear ServerFault Community, I managed to get my site into a fully functional state two days ago.. Around 3 hours ago today, I've restarted my linux box and have found my site to no longer work. I have ...
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Images 503 when using Kirby and Dropbox Sync

I have a Dropbox folder on my Media Temple server at ~/Dropbox and I have a sub folder symlinked to a folder (a subdomain) in my web root using a Kirby CMS install at ~/domains/example.com/content ...
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Getting groups and permission right for apache uploads

I did have all this working for a long time but something had got messed up I am going round in circles. So I allow uploads to a site. Before the file is uploaded a folder is created using mkdir in ...
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How to configure Amazon S3 permissions to host files for my mobile app

I have a mobile app that uploads files to a server and needs to be able to download them. I'm using S3 to hold the files, and have a RoR backend to manage all this. Is it possible to have the ...
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trying to do a git checkout from a php script [duplicate]

I made a small php webhook that executes git command to checkout the code from a remote repository in a detached worktree. I got this: error: cannot open .git/FETCH_HEAD: Permission denied I then ...
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Why .ssh directory permission need to be 700 for passwordless ssh

I am following the steps here to SSH without password In order to login from userA@hostA to userB@hostB, the ~/.ssh/authorized_keys at hostB needs to contains the public key of userA@hostA. When I ...
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Active Directory Permissions: Delete vs Move

I want our help desk to be able to move user accounts but NOT delete them. Here is the summary of our current permissions set on the affected OU's (this DOES allow them to delete user accounts): ...
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linux + cant access as user + could not open session

in my Linux machine - red-hat I successfully to login to different users as the following su - userC [machine@Linux ~]$ pwd [machine@Linux ~]$ /Users/userC but only in one user I get the ...
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Unable to create directory in Ubuntu

I'm using Ubuntu 14.04.1 LTS a webserver with ISPConfig 3.0.5.4p4 to manage it. All new domains end up in the following directory structure: /var/www/domain1 /var/www/domain2 /var/www/domain3... etc ...
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NRPE commands doesn't work when called from remote management host

First of all: I know there were already questions about this issue, but even using their answers I still cannot figure out why my command is not working. What I want to do is call a script on remote ...
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User crontab not accessible

I cannot edit my user crontab without being superuser. I expected the following to work, but I get an error message: $ crontab -e crontabs/gauthier/: fdopen: Permission denied The following is ...
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Permissions denied for proftpd virtual users

I installed Proftpd Administrator GUI to make it easier to manage my FTP users. The problem I have is that I have to set the directory permissions to 777 to allow the virtual users saved in the mysql ...
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How to force HDFS to use LDAP user's UID

I have a cloudera cluster with HDFS and Hue services and I'm trying to unify the authentication using LDAP. I have my LDAP server running thanks to 389-ds (not sure if is the best way) and I can log ...
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Is it advisable to put a /home in readonly mode when doing server transfer?

I am planning to move a lot Cpanel accounts to another server. Is it advisable to put a /home in read only mode to prevent users from making changes to their account while the migration is on going?
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Advice on how to convert a small, completely peer-to-peer network into a client/server type network?

I apologise in advance if I use the wrong terminology or have stupid ideas about the way things work. I am a newbie but I am really interested in learning and I hope that you may be able to help me. ...
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Give root privileges to an user just for a specific directory [closed]

I have have a web server running on my machine and I would like to give the 2 users, misterX and misterY, root privileges for the directory /var/www so that they can also edit the files that are being ...
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Windows: “No permissions have been assigned for this object” - damaged permissions / ACL

We occasionally observe damaged filesystem ACLs. The dialog shows then this message: No permissions have been assigned for this object. Warning: this is a potential security risk because anyone who ...
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How to restrict a specified file on specified port in Nginx?

The web server is NginX, I need to do these: when accessing xxx.php from port 80, return 404; when accessing xxx.php from 8555(ssl connection), normal way. I've tried this way: server { ...
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Apache unable to write on 2777 folder [duplicate]

I am using smarty template system on my website. When it tries to cache some data, a fatal error occurs: Fatal error: Smarty error: unable to write to $compile_dir '/var/www/html/cache/frontend'. Be ...
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Permissions issue with Centos [closed]

I've got a problem with folder permissions on CentOS. I have a folder called website, which was created by the root user via ssh, with setting 775 permissions. Now, I have a second account, called ...
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Allow dev user to edit files that sometimes belong to www-data

This question has been asked time and time again but none of the answers seem to answer my specific question - either that or I'm not getting it. Anyway, as per the title, I'm trying to limit our web ...
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Amazon S3 permission policy: I still get denied access

I have a problem with a permission policy of an Amazon S3 user. I've read this answer and this post too but the problem is still there: Each time I simulate the policy, I get "Implicitly denied ...
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How to reset service permissions after messing up with `sc sdset`?

After applying this "solution" I have no way of starting the spooler service, not even as Admin. If I open services.msc as Administrator, that service has disappeared, as noted here (I wish I found ...
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nginx failed (13: Permission denied) uwsgi (502 bad gateway)

I am having trouble running my application on a new DigitalOcean droplet. The machine runs CentOS 6.5 My /etc/nginx/nginx.conf user nginx www-data; worker_processes 1; error_log ...
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Two Windows server, not in domain, grant permissions to each other's users [closed]

We have two Windows Server machines, which are not in domain. Sql Server runs on one of them. We want to save backups of Sql Server to another server. We created a folder in second server then we gave ...
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Samba permissions being ignored

I have defined the following share in smb.conf [development_server] comment = Development directories path = /sites writeable = yes valid users = @dev guest ok = no directory ...
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Correctly assigning permissions & groups

So my nginx is using www-data:www-data, and I want to deploy files to my server with Beanstalk through sftp properly. So I've created an user called beanstalk and added him to www-data group. $ id ...
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cPanel & Apache with Jailshell - Permission Errors?

Whenever I try to deploy a Laravel application with composer, I always get a 500 internal server error when installing from the command line. It defaults permissions of files to 664 and directories ...
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Exchange 2010 - Unable to open/logon to Public Folders when using a Full Access profile

Currently have a very odd situation which I've managed to isolate to a very specific sequence to replicate and/or alleviate the issues. We have say a shared mailbox called "Shared" which 10+ users ...
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ACL permissions failing in ubuntu

Problem I need to give read/write access to a system group called "mongodb" on a USB key that's been formatted as ext4. It seems that the command worked, but when I try to have the system user write ...
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samba permisions when copying files to file share

Maintainign a ubuntu server for a client where they use several file shares through smb. Fileshares have permisions to user groups and are set to 0770 Lately I get a lot of complaints from users ...
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Unable to use rsnapshot to sync non-owned files but able to do it with plain rsync command

I am trying to use rsnapshot to sync remote file to my own computer. However, I have some trouble when I need to access files which are not owned by user who is SSH-ing to the remote machine. My ...
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Microsoft Exchange Server Permission Insight

I was just assigned management of our Exchange Servers. The person who installed and configured our Exchange 2010 Servers did not set up permissions correctly. I noticed that anyone within the ...
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Windows 7: Having Underprivileged User Install and Alter Fonts

I've run into this huge issue with a graphic designer. They want to be able to install fonts they have downloaded. This user is a non-admin user on the local machine and a non-admin user on our ...
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What is a safe alternative to wildcards in /etc/sudoers?

In the /etc/sudoers file on my Red Hat server, I have this line: %webdevgroup ALL=NOPASSWD: /bin/chmod * /home/http/* This is clearly a bad idea, since someone could do something like this: sudo ...
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Delete file as different user under PHP

I'm running PHP as user www-data and Nginx is running as user nginx. I need to delete files in /var/cache/nginx/, which is owned by user nginx and I want to do it using PHP. Is there a way to allow ...
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nginx and php-fpm permission

I have a problem with nginx / php-fpm permissions. I run a website in /var/www/clients/client1/web1/web, the owner:group of that folder and subfolders is web1:client1. When I try to create or upload ...
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Set containing directory permissions using setfacl?

I have a file e.g script.php in the following folder structure style /home/site/admin/script.php I have used setfacl to allow a new user that logs in remotely permission to include that file in ...
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Which match takes precedence when exporting an NFS share?

Say you're exporting an NFS share using IP addresses and netmasks to give different machines different permissions: [/etc/exports] /media/shared 192.168.0.64/26(rw,[...]) 192.168.0.0/24(ro,[...]) ...
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File permission problems with Apache, FastCGI, and Prestashop

I am running a Prestashop installation on CentOS 6.5 and Apache 2.2.15. A while back I updated Apache and lost the ability to upload product images via Prestashop backoffice along with other problems, ...
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Apache can't reading from documentroot with permissions for www-data

My OS is Linux Mint 17. My goal is allow reading of /mnt/wwwdata for root and apache only. I trying to setup apache document root in directory /mnt/wwwdata, with rights 0770 for group wwwadmins, ...
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Copy file from Windows host to Linux host via Rsync, then set permissions

So I have a Windows SFTP server (SFTPSERVER), which receives files (duh). I then need to push those files to a Linux server (AD authenticated to my domain) elsewhere in my organzation. So that bit I ...
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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: ...