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comment Administrator User on Windows 2008 R2 server gets “access denied” messages for starting/stopping services
Thanks. I use psexec because I'm executing the command as a specific user, and could not use RUNAS because I could not provide the password inline.
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comment Administrator User on Windows 2008 R2 server gets “access denied” messages for starting/stopping services
-h did the trick for me (as suggested in the linked article). Thank you kind sir!!
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comment Administrator User on Windows 2008 R2 server gets “access denied” messages for starting/stopping services
Problem is .... I'm trying to script this for remote execution (with psexec) from TeamCity
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comment How is latency / travel time determined when you execute a traceroute?
Wow, I feel ... really silly now. So obvious. Thanks.
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comment Make: Permission Denied (until I `cd .`)
Though it does seem rather odd that a 'make' bug could make it into any stable release
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comment Make: Permission Denied (until I `cd .`)
@Bart it is a very old shared host. Or rather, a very old account on a host previously known as TextDrive that was later purchased by Joyent. The account is a grandfathered account and the system is probably as old as the account, circa 2006/2007
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comment Make: Permission Denied (until I `cd .`)
@Bart - I'm not sure I follow. Wouldn't a 'cd .' just say 'change directory to current directory', in which case the permissions before and after are the same, since no chmod was done in conjunction? the ~/src is 755, and ~/src/ruby-1.8.7 is 755 as well (and both owned by my user)
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comment Make: Permission Denied (until I `cd .`)
@Bart I had downloaded the Ruby source to ~/src, and unpacked the tar.gz from there, so it was something like ~/src/ruby-01.8.7/, and I was operating directly from inside the unpacked ruby source directory.