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Some what of an old topic but I just ran in to this problem my self on a 2012 R2 server. I was trying to add the script (bat file) to the folder on a domain controller that wasn't the PDC (https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/197132). Once I switched to the PDC I was able to copy the script in to the folder.
If the user is going to log in, they're going to have to be able to read some bits of the file system. You simply can't launch an interactive shell without access to certain files. If all they need to do is authenticate far enough to tunnel other connections (including, as in this case, taking advantage of the ssh SOCKS proxying facility), it's better to ...
Could you use a chrooted ssh user or group instead? I've never implemented it myself, but it seems this may help: https://www.howtoforge.com/chrooted-ssh-sftp-tutorial-debian-lenny The tutorial is for Lenny, but hopefully this wouldn't of changed too much.
Two things.. Make sure log_errors = On in you php.ini Put quotes around the path "C:\inetpub\temp\php_errors.log" :)
I have started adding a special user for IIS and I set the permissions to that user rather than the built-in user. Those aren't true user accounts. It makes it easier to set up permissions, and on common shared folders, you only have to do it once. Also, you can review that user and see exactly what directories need special settings. I have a user for ...
I would test your theory in a test VM / network if the user should not know where db is located. Another thing, is you could deploy the app, packaged to the user via horizon or xenapp type methods. All they will see is an icon to click. I think you could lock down windows to the point where they can't even create a shortcut, or open anything / change ...
I recently was and still am in your shoes. You don't only need the list folder permission. You will need Travese Folder List Folder Read attributes Read extended attributes Read permissions see here. Unfortunately there is no Windows equivalent to the functionality that Novell offers. Additionally letting users manage permissions is not ...
If I'm getting you right this can be done by removing the "Read Extended Attributes" privilege from the users in question. You should be able to do the following: Open the link properties, Security Tab Click on "Advanced" Choose Edit or Add to change permissions On the right hand side click on "Show advanced permissions" Remove the "Read extended ...
In WorkGroup mode all the local username of the remotes PC that connect to the server must be created locally on that server. (with same password off course) As when Explorer try to open the remote directory, it send the username/password, thus lead to the error you see. So if the account Bob with password Hello01 access the server, then Bob with password ...
create script file: touch /usr/bin/phpuid chmod +x /usr/bin/phpuid add content: #!/bin/bash UIDX="#"`stat -c '%u' $1` sudo -u $UIDX php5 $* run your scripts from root: phpuid /path/to/script.php or use interpreter in your scripts #!/usr/bin/phpuid <?php phpinfo(); note: tested on debian 7 you might require to install sudo apt-get install ...
The share and the share permissions are set on MainShare. If you want share permissions on \FooBar\MainShare\SomeStuff\MyTarget then you would have to create a new share point directly to that folder
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