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What's going on? am i just stupid? have i missed something? This is most likely a result of the Bypass Traverse Checking user right, which every domain user account is granted by default. Bypass Traverse Checking allows a user to traverse a directory structure to which they don't have permission to get to a directory that they do have permission. It sounds ...


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Have you tried it? :) I'm asking because if you click Deny in the GUI it erases the corresponding Allow permission, and vice versa. So what is the default permission with both are empty? Allow. What is the permission when both are checked? This isn't possible. (At this point you're probably wondering why deny even exists. In inherited ...


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Turns out AllowOverride All was not set for the /var/www directory, once I set that in the Apache configuration, all went well.


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Eventually found out myself. The Windows permissions are stored in "Extended attributes". The raw data of these attributes can be displayed by xattr from Debian package python-xattr: xattr -l <local_path> To display and manipulate these permissions, you can use smbcacls from Debian package smbclient: smbcacls //localhost/share ...


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I know this issue was 10 months ago but I would just like to post that I had a very similar issue recently. I added a user to a group and the user still had no access to the folder. The solution was simply to log off from the user and then log in again. Based on your answer in the chat http://chat.stackexchange.com/transcript/message/22794884#22794884 ...



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