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You're misunderstanding both settings there: remote_user is an Ansible setting that controls the SSH user Ansible is using to connect: ssh ${REMOTE_USER}@remotehost someusername ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD:ALL is a sudo configuration that allows the user someusername to execute all commands in any host without a password. It does not allow anyone to issue commands ...


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If the administrators don't have an ACL giving them permission, they won't be able to access the file. But the administrators can take ownership of files, thus being able to set its permissions. If you really want to prevent unauthorized access, you should use encryption. Note Windows EFS with keys issued by an internal Microsoft CA can also possibly be ...


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Is there a Linux root equivalent in Windows that can have access to a file without granting full control? You could make sysadmins use plain User accounts and give them accounts with Administrator access when they need to do administrative tasks like assign permissions . The security dialogs all support UAC now, after all. However, elevation through ...


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I has been ages that I am not doing anything in PHP but, without further info there would be a couple system configuration elements and php.ini settings I would check: path to the log file Please, ensure that the user running apache is able to reach the directory where the file is. That means it should have r+x access to the directories along the path. ...


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Directories need an executable flag to access files and directories inside. The execute bit allows the affected user to enter the directory, and access files and directories inside. You can still use 666 on the files it contains. On the other hand it is not good idea use 666 or 777 for your directories and files. See ...


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Is there a Linux root equivalent in Windows that can have access to a file without granting full control? No. Unless your Administrator user has permissions to perform an action on a file (either explicitly, or through group membership), he will not be able to perform the action on the file. The exception, which you have noted, is file/folder ...


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I know this question is old, but in case anyone else stumbles here looking for the solution, you should check permissions on the Analysis Services Cube. Excel accesses the Cube in order to create the reports, so you must have access there as well as on the Tfs_Warehouse Db (same permissions required -- "TfsWarehouseDataReader"). In SSMS, click on "Connect" ...



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