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Exchange Full Access issue

I was just hired as a System Admin for a small company. They use Exchange 2010 for their Mail Server. I've never had a permission issue like this with Exchange because I worked for a larger firm with ...
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Debian USER with read/write permissions for www

I have a Debian Squeeze server with an EasySCP admin panel. This panel set domain folders in /var/www/virtual/domain.name Every domain has a unique ID of vu2000, vu2001... Ownership of the files ...
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How to give root user and group permission while ftp uploading for a normal user

I have to upload some videos files for streaming purpose. While uploading the videos as a ftp user, it will have the ftp user and group permission. But now in my case, the files uploaded by the ftp ...
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Need to make a scheduled task run as another user but keep the current user’s environment

I need to backup users .pst files. The current method I am trying is making a shadow copy using Diskshadow. My script works great all but Diskshadow needs to be ran as administrator but also needs to ...
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Messed up Linux permissions - how to fix?

I was doing an rsync and accidently reversed the command so it overwrote a bunch a files from our backup server on the main server. The backup server is in a chroot jail so it overwrote these files: ...
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rsync permission problems

First, I know that it was discussed before but I cannot seem to find a reliable solution for this... I have CentOS 5 with Plesk panel on my remote server where I have sites that need to be backed up. ...
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Chroot In .bashrc For User; Operation Not Permitted

I am trying to chroot a user when they login with ssh. So, what I did is added the following line to their .bashrc file: chroot /apps/web When I login with the user though, I am getting: chroot: ...
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.htaccess Allow owner of home directory only?

Suppose I have a home directory "~someuser/www" which Apache (maintained by someone else than me) exposes as http://www.myserver.com/~someuser . If I want to limit this directory to certain users, I ...
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Change syslog log file's owner/group?

Is there a way to have syslog create a log file that's not owned by root? I've got several jboss application servers that I've got logging to a server. Everyone's running CentOS. Right now, all of ...
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How can PHP be configured so that uploaded files are not saved with the APACHE user?

A php script uploads files to my server but folders MUST be 0777 in order to allow PHP to move files there. This is not safe. Additionally, all created directories and uploaded files are owned by ...
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Am I doing ubuntu 10.0.4 software installation correctly (packages and none-packages)?

Background: I first installed everything using a terminal and "sudo su", i.e. as root. Then I installed jenkins, and then the jenkins user could not run any android sdk tools in /root/androidsdk/tools ...
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Linux group / user permission issue

Redhat 5.5, logged in as root I created a group dev-core groupadd dev-core Then I create a new user tony useradd tony I changed tony's password and added tony to group dev-core usermod -a -G ...
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Limiting user permissions to single folder while also being accessible by the apache user

I have a website running on Apache under Linux in the directory /var/www. This site has some files outside the web directory root in /var/www-store which are written to and read by the apache user ...
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What Command(s) List a User's System Permissions in Linux?

QUESTION: What Command(s) List a User's System Permissions in Linux? CURRENT_OS: CentOS-5.X MORE_INFO/QUESTIONS: Looking for commands that will NOT be seen as aggressive or change the system, ...
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Windows XP User Permissions - local machine

I want to have 2 types of accounts on my machine: admin (easy) and a user account. What permissions should the user account have and how should I set them? Permissions should include everything ...
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Ok, i know i messed things up pretty bad… virtualmin sub domain user taken over root login

ok, here is the scenario, i was playing around the import wizard and imported a subdomain i had created on a linode and now im having trouble cause the user i assigned to the subdomain is root. Now ...
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Apache and file system permissions

I'm struggling with this. Lets assume the following: A user named 'deploy' has a directory in his home directory called example.com. In it, there are a number of files and their permissions are set ...
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How can I set full premissions to a user in a specified dir?

How can I set full permissions to a user in a specified dir in linux?
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Allowing “User” group members to install drivers

My problem is next. I am system admin in company of about 150 computers. All xp professional, all users. I can't afford to give anyone power user status because they're practically idiots, and will ...
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797 views

Start a process as a specific user

I have the following script which restarts god when I reboot my server (Ubuntu). How can I get god to start as the user "rails"? #!/bin/sh ### BEGIN INIT INFO # Provides: god # ...
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Noob Question: IIS7, how do I add myself as a user?

I'm using the Windows 7 evaluation version, and I just setup the IIS7 Server by going into the Add/Remove Programs section and adding IIS. I'm trying to play with ASP a little bit and learn about it, ...
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What User Should NGinx and PHP be running as?

Permissions are something that have confused for me a while with Linux. So at the minute both my NGinx and PHP-FPM instances are running with the user and group : www-data Is this standard? I ...