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In the Unix permissions model, in order to enter (descend into) a directory, you need (somewhat unintuitively) execute permission on the directory. In order to list the files in a directory, you need read permission on the directory. (This can be conceptualized by considering a directory as a file that holds a list of other files and their locations. In ...
You can use the logfile-chown and logfile-chmod configuration options. Both can be set from the command line or in an .ini file. Have a look at the documentation
In theory you shouldn't need to give the users any NTFS permissions on the subfolder, only on the mdb file itself. The Bypass Traverse Checking user right (which every user has by default) will allow the application/user to access the mdb file without having any permissions to the subfolder (or the parent folder for that matter). This means that you can ...
Apache Basic Auth If you want to add authentication : <Location ~ "wp-login.php"> AuthName "Auth Name You Want" AuthType Basic AuthUserFile /opt/web/.htpasswd Require valid-user </Location> or <Files "wp-login.php"> AuthName "Auth Name You Want" AuthType Basic AuthUserFile /opt/web/.htpasswd Require ...
You can also try using a recent (4.2 or later) version of Samba that supports SMB2 and enabling vfs_fruit on the share. This will add support to Apple's AAPL extension for SMB2 which should work better that the Unix extensions for SMB1/CIFS.
Because those files don't have group write permission rights. Can you send a ls -l of the webroot directory?
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