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You will have to reboot. File permission changes done from the hypervisor to a file system in use by a guest won't be detected by the guest. In the future when doing this type of 'update' have a separate shell session open to the server you're updating, just in case things go south.
runas /u:yourdomain\a_test_user notepad.exe The utility will prompt for the password, if the right password has been provided, notepad will launch, if not it will produce error 1326: the username or password is incorrect
It looks like you have some access to the server. There are various approaches you can try. You should have a working ssh client, try using ssh to either fix the permissions, or login with a different shell. ssh root@host chmod +x /bin/bash ssh root@host /bin/dash If you can connect to a non-root user, try sudo. sudo chmod +x /bin/dash sudo ...
In https://My_AWS_Account_ID.signin.aws.amazon.com/console, the value you are looking for to replace My_AWS_Account_ID is not the username... it's the account name (the account under which the username exists). It's also, presumably, the value you blacked-out under "Account" in the screenshot you posted. Put those two pieces of information together and at ...
I had the same problem, I can authenticate with any user but when I'm trying with root I get this message "access denied". The problem was solved by disabling UsePAM yes in /etc/ssh/sshd_config. Change UsePAM yes to #UsePAM yes
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