Questions tagged [permissions]

In computing, permissions (often called "privileges," "access rights" or just "rights") are rules associated with objects on a computer or network. Permissions determine which objects can access which objects, and to what extent.

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pm2 unable to start haproxy - permission denied when opening configuration file

I am trying to onboard haproxy to pm2. So far, I have the following in my start script: #!/usr/bin/env sh pm2 start haproxy --name "haproxy-monitor" --pid $HOME/haproxy/bin/haproxy.pid -- -db -f $...
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How to share a google folder without download access to another google user? [closed]

I have uploaded some videos on to a folder on google drive in my account. I would like to share this folder to another google user - but I would like to make it non-downloadable for that user (only ...
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Mount a directory on a new partition or disk [closed]

I would like to know how to mount a directory on a new partition or disk. I have a directory, example: /u01/app/mylab/data Inside this I have several files and directories, with specific permissions ...
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How to restrict all but defined accounts to access folders on MS server?

I've been trying to only allow defined members on Active Directory from accessing folders used for an IIS server. There are too many accounts to deny one by one leaving only one or two users to access ...
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How to gain privileges to resize filesystem of google cloud within CoreOS Toolbox (nspawn/docker) container?

TL;DR: Trying to resize2fs /media/root/dev/sdc within CoreOS Toolbox container fails, message open: Operation not permitted while opening /media/root/dev/sdc. Probably privilege issue, how do I gain ...
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Why do I have acces to a folder that looks like I have no permissions (Windows) [closed]

When I use windows explorer to check my effective access on a network shared folder on my employer's network (right click -> properties -> security -> advanced -> effective access) it says that I don'...
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Permission denied errors after logging back into a ssh-ed tmux/screen session

I'm running some very long jobs on a machine that I'm SSH'd in. However, sometimes after a few hours in the session, I no longer have permissions to run simple commands that I previously could. That ...
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How to use setfacl for only files in a directory leaving sub-directories' acl unchanged?

I've been looking for ages but unable to find specific response to my need. I want all the files in one of my directories to have acl set to rw for owner and group but the sub-directories in it should ...
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Openvpn unable to write to file, but is able to append

I have a weird problem with OpenVPN: In my config, OpenVPN authenticates users based on a laravel console application. Laravel site is served using Nginx running as www-data. The storage/logs ...
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How can I run a scheduled task on domain controller whenever a domain user logs into the domain?

I need to log domain user logins & logouts to an Oracle database. Not all computers have Oracle drivers, but one of the domain controllers does. So I have created a script which writes the ...
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Locked of Server, how to run sudo passwordless

Here is the issue Created a new server with Amazon Linux 2 Removed ssh-key from default root user (ec2-user) Created two new accounts with sudo access without a password Now I got locked out of the ...
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systemctl unable to start a service due to lack of permission to write the log file

I'm trying to start a service using systemctl on a Fedora 31 machine, but it fails because of a lack of permission in writing the log file: $ sudo systemctl start wildfly.service Job for wildfly....
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I am getting access denied in Ubuntu terminal after sudo chmod 754 .. from /home. Do I have a brick now?

In effect, I changed the permissions of / to 754 The machine is 14.04 I cannot type any shell command as it says permission denied. -bash: /bin/ls: Permission denied I can't even use sudo to ...
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Server 2012r2 says “You need admin privilges to complete this task” but i am the admin

Simple small office with Windows Server 2012r2 (just the one server), three PCs. No changes to this setup in eight years other than lovingly updated. Suddenly when I RDP into it, it doesn't ...
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How to change permission of a folder to 777 in Dockerfile?

I have a project directory like this: |-var/www |-docker-compose.yml |-app |--uploads |---photos |-Dockerfile This is my docker-compose.yml file: myapp: build: context: myfolder ...
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How to replace PHP's open_basedir with IIS AppPool permissions?

For years I use the IIS Application Pool Identity to restrict access of PHP (as a FastCGI module) to certain website's folders, and for years I can't understand — why everything is accessible to the ...
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Can add, remove record in Microsoft DNS with “Read” privilege

In Active Directory (dsa.msc) hosted by srv1.domain.tld, I create a new security global group named dns_read. This group contain an user regular user, only member of "domain users" and "dns_read". In ...
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NTFS Permissions not behaving as expected

I have several hundred folders in a directory where somehow, the permissions have become all messed up. When I'm trying to take ownership with my domain admin account, I tick the box which says ...
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Rsync files to a server while changing their ownership without root access

I'm trying to allow users to rsync directories to a remote server, while changing the user and group of the uploaded files/directories to nobody:nogroup. Each user has SSH access to the server via ...
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Access to file denied when doint cat

So I'm trying to create a user in gerrit using the command : cat /var/lib/jenkins/.ssh/id_rsa.pub | ssh -p 29418 webadm@localhost gerrit create-account --group "'Non-Interactive Users'" --ssh-key - ...
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ngx_pagespeed not optimizing on AWS ubuntu 16.04 nginx/1.17.8

I've configured ngx_pagespeed as I usually do and it has worked everywhere else. But on this particular AWS instance it does not seem to be optimizing anything. I do get the expected response ...
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Allow web users to write into folder on Nginx

I have a web site running on Nginx server on Ubuntu and I made profile picture upload in Django. However when I try to upload a new profile picture it says [Errno 13] Permission denied: '/home/xyz/...
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Can an active directory object has a read-only permission for specific attribute of a *specific* object (not in general)

Sorry, I'm completely new to active directory and I'm trying to wrap my head around some (non-trivial?) permission settings. Hopefully, the following will make some sense. As I'm not sure the ...
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How do I rsync distant files with restricted permissions?

I tried to rsync files through ssh with a distant 'user' that does not have the permissions to even read them. For instance file.conf which is: root:root rwxr----- What is best practice for ...
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Check 'effective permissions', 'effective access' from command-line, Windows/NTFS

How do I mimic Advanced Security Settings 'Effective Access' tab in command line (Win10 notably)? Prefer built-in tools, I'm about to evaluate if sysinternals AccessChk can accomplish this icacls ...
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SFTP users can't remove files

I've set up a simple SFTP server on Ubuntu 18.04. I have 10 users that should only have access to the files in their home directories and they should not be able to get out of their home directory. ...
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For an O365 room calendar, do PublishingEditor permissions override Delegate permission settings?

Office 365 Exchange Online has folder permissions, such as "PublishingEditor", which gives a user read/write permission to a folder/calendar. It also has Delegate permission settings, so that users ...
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How to change Windows Installer service permissions

I'm about to run CI service as a custom user account. The issue I faced is that Windows Installer service is allowed to run only by Administrators, INTERACTIVE/SERVICE accounts, or TrustedInstaller: ...
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How to grant user read write permission to another users home directory linux AWS

I have two users on my server, user1 and ec2-user I have added user1 to the ec2-user group If I change the permission to 775 on the /home/ec2-user directory as user1 I can write files. find /home/...
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Adminer denied acces for user

sorry about my English, my knowledge about server is very small... I have on my computer to install Mysql, Adminer, php-7.3 and Apache2. I to try a data bank to build, but to come to this warning, ...
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freenas adding windows permissions issue

I have a freenas 11.2 that joined to active directory domain (on freenas dashboard: Domain Services>>Active Directory option). now the issue is that I want to add more additional AD group with ...
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Global Administrator / disable having access to the email “open another mailbox…”

I am global admin on a domain and as the name implies, I have access to all emails and having access to their emails via "open another mailbox..." in exchange. Now, one thing I noticed is that I am ...
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In ProFTPd, how to set different permissions for different virtual users?

How do I set different permissions to different virtual users in ProFTPd? I created several users with the ftpasswd command, but for now they all have permissions to both read and write to their ...
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Permission for www-data changed

I have nginx web server running www-data user. the related files permission suddenly changed from www-data to 1003 while the user and group of www-data is still exist. below a sample of how files ...
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User SSH into folder but can nano into any upper folder?

I did useradd -s /bin/rbash -d /var/www/html/directory USRNAME and on ssh login with USRNAME (including ssh key), it goes to directory and cd doesnt go back. So that works... but if they use nano /...
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Where can I find the “Create Computer Object” Permission in Windows Server 2016?

I'm trying to prestage the cluster name object for the cluster I'm creating. I'm looking at the steps provided here (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/previous-versions/windows/it-pro/windows-server-...
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Shared hosting: how to prevent a user to see another's files but still have their files writable by Apache/PHP

I have read What permissions should my website files/folders have on a Linux webserver? and here is a linked question. Let's say: /var/www/bobweb/ is owned by bob:bob /var/www/eveweb/ is owned by eve:...
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Any user can see (but not change anything in AD) with RSAT?

I'm setting up a helpdesk person with RSAT and then delegation for password resetting and when installing RSAT I noticed that ANY domain user can install RSAT and see every OU, which users are ...
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setfacl inherit permissions without bash scripting

i have this script to add inherit permissions in all directory's, asd=$(find -type d); for a in $asd; do setfacl -d -m "u:pythoncrons:rwx" $a; done my question is, i can set inherit permissions ...
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Attach root-user screen session as non-root user

I have a screen session that is started by root and I would like the non-root account (guest) be able to attach the root user's screen session in multi-user mode with screen -x. Is this possible? ...
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Deny access to “bat” files in Apache

I want to deny direct access to some sensitive files in my root application (e.g: log,sh, ini ...etc). and for this reasons I have used the following directive in my main .htaccess: <FilesMatch "\...
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AWS Linux Directory and File Permissions for VSFTP

I am trying to setup VSFTP on my AWS Linux, EC2 instance. I want to set it up so I can allow a remote worker to FTP (FTPS) into the instance without my needing to share the key they would need to use ...
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Giving 775 permissions to all files in an unix system breaks it, why? [duplicate]

After a failing a command on my Ubuntu virtual machine on Azure and adding a deadly space sudo chmod -R 775 / ps_democqrshooksusage/ I ended up setting (accidentally) every single file in the ...
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Show actual rw status of NFS mount from client

If a directory is exported by a Linux NFS server as ro but mounted on a Linux client with the option rw how can I check the effective permissions, i.e. as dictated by the export, when I'm on the ...
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Where do these NTFS permissions actually live? How are they created?

Alrighty, not sure how to word this but: Where do the NTFS permissions themselves get created? For example, I can set "Full Control" or "Read", but where are those programmed at? Here is why I ask: ...
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Cannot execute pip, even with correct permissions

I am looking to run pip that is located in a conda environment here: /opt/conda/envs/myenv/bin After activating the conda environment and running pip: $ conda activate myenv $ pip --help I ...
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Why nginx give different results with files whose same file-system Permission?

Every time if I put a file into the doc dir of nginx by using the mv command, it always results in a 403 Forbidden error, but if I do that by using the cp command, no error occurs. I tried very large ...
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RDP Not Working For New Users (The connection was denied because the user is not authorized for remote login)

New users are not allowed to RDP even though they have the same permissions as existing users. The only work around is to go to System Properties > Remote > Remote Desktop> Select Users and add the ...
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What's the name of this windows feature?

I'm trying to find the name and documentation of an old windows feature I believe it was present in Windows Vista. All I can remember is this. When you or an application tries to write to a file that ...
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Why is “traverse folder” and “execute file” a combined permission?

The Advanced permissions dialog for an NTFS directory lists one of the permissions as "Traverse folder / execute file". These seem like two separate and completely unrelated concepts to me. Can ...

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