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Yes: groups. Make all the users the member of the same group, and make their $HOME directories group-writable. The SSH keys will work as usual, as the .ssh folder will still have the required permissions (0700 for the folder 0600 for the files), but the users will all be able to read and write files/folders in the home directory itself.


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Microsoft does not allow the get-mailboxfolder cmdlet to run against another person's mailbox - only the person who owns the mailbox can use the cmdlet to retrieve the folders. Take a look at the blogpost https://community.office365.com/en-us/f/148/t/173956 for more info. TG


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>_< I'm an idiot.... I never restarted the apache2 service after adding www-data to the user group. So the process to make this work was usermod -aG user-group www-data service apache2 restart Keep in mind I'm running this on Debian 8, but running the reloading as follows seems to work without having to restart Apache, and without terminating existing ...


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How about using chmod g+ws /web/foo? This sets the setgid and write bits on the directory, which makes all created files' groups to be apache in that directory, and allows all apache group users to write to that directory and create further directories inside it. And another thing that you need to do is to update your umask so that group has write ...


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I would use robocopy command to do what you want. It will copy your standard folder with its permissions.


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If your data is correct, then there ist nothing wrong with squid. The url you posted is http:// ubuntuforums.org/ - see the space between http:// and ubuntufoums.org/


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In the Advanced Security Settings dialog near the bottom you will see the Disable Inheritance button. Click it to stop the folder from inheriting permissions:


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What is the login account that is running the script? You have to make sure that the login running the script, whether it is SQL Agent account or some other account has write permissions on the folder where you are copying the files to.


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Error is thrown because /Users/yourname/.npm is not owned by yourname. I had the same issue and did the following: $: ls -lRa /Users/me/.npm/ | grep root drwxr-xr-x 2 root staff 68 26 Jun 14:08 _locks drwxr-xr-x 2 root staff 68 26 Jun 14:08 . $: sudo chown me ./_locks Passwort: chown: ./_locks: No such file or directory $: sudo chown me ...


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I suspect that the problem is due to Enhanced Session Mode being enabled. When so, I'm pretty sure that the Virtual Machine Connection console uses RDP to connect to the VM, which requires the connecting user to be a member of the local Remote Desktop Users group, the local Administrators group or to have the appropriate user rights and RDP protocol ...


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Non-Admins aren't allowed to RDP into servers without being a member of the Remote Desktop Users group. I don't remember if that applies to desktop OS machines or not. I'm not sure if logging into the machines through the Hyper-V console counts as RDP or not though.


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That shouldn't happen. In the child folder (David2), under Security -> Advanced, do you have "Include Inheritable Permissions" checked off? They should "merge" together. I just tested this out as a sanity check and it works as I thought. What does it say in the "Effective Permissions" tab when you change permissions in the parent folder?


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This turned out to be an issue with the encryption windows applies. Removing the encryption solved the whole thing:/


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That was a big failure to do so. There is a tool for macos to restore permissions for the filesystem, but as long as you don't have a backup of your server you are lost.


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I had the same problem on IIS 7.5 I found the solution to be: Create a local user on the server with the share Create the network Share, giving the user created in step 1 the desired permissions. Windows will set up the permissions for the user you have specified Go to the virtual directory on IIS and open the "advanced settings" Enter the URL in physical ...


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yes, either remove the "allow to authenticate" (and add the specific group) permission or deny that permission as appropriate. By default all users in the same domain have allow to authenticate. Without “Allowed to Authenticate” permission to a target computer (or service account, depending on the service), the KDC will not issue a service ticket to that ...


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Are you sure the socket is only in /tmp on CentOS 7? Recent versions of Fedora have two copies of the socket, one in /run/postgresql (which is where /var/run/postgresql is really located after links are resolved) which is the preferred version on modern systems, and one in /tmp for legacy clients that expect to find it there. In any case if you do need to ...


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Just put your desired commands in /etc/rc.local file, and they will be executed at the end of each booting process.


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Try accesing the server with 'root'@'127.0.0.1' which is diferent from 'root'@'localhost'. Then issue a command to create the user 'root'@'localhost' and grant all privileges to it


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I also wrestled with this problem. Here's a basic solution to help point you in the right direction: Step 1: find the default root folder of your web server For example /var/www Step 2: give the user www-data full ownership of web server folder. (Use -R to make change recursive.) sudo chown -R www-data:www-data /path/to/webserver/root Step 3: ...


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find can't search for file attributes (this is something else then permissions!) on it's own. One way: find /location -type f -print0 | xargs -0 lsattr | grep '^...S' On my system, the S is in the third column of the lsattr output, so to make it more flexible, we can use a more complicated regular expression: find /location -type f -print0 | xargs ...


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Deletion modifies the directory, so the users need to have permission to modify the directory, not just the folders. See these Superuser questions: Linux - group member cannot delete file with rw permission Why can't I delete a file where I have group write permissions on?


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Technet says: System Requirements The following are the system requirements for this tool: Windows 2000 Professional, Windows 2000 Server, Windows XP Professional, or Windows Server 2003 To change the properties of device drivers, users must have the following permissions set. Administrators have these permissions. Load\Unload Drivers ...


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Figured it out. Unknowingly, I have been running two instances of mysql on the server – the original installation along with xampp. The Sequel Pro was connecting to the original installation, which, of course, did not have my newly created user. Question remains, however, why did it choose the old mysql disregarding paths that specify xampp installation... ...


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the problem is sequel pro using ssh tunnel will us probably making a connection to localhost and not 127.0.0.1. Now you might think that % might cover localhost but it doesn't. Try to make the same user with the same grants but instead of user@% you will do user@localhost



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