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comment Newly created files are ALWAYS executable by default -(cifs,NAS)?
I re-installed the machine :)
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comment Newly created files are ALWAYS executable by default -(cifs,NAS)?
Thank you for answering. The problem I was trying to solve quite different, I just thought that was the cause for it. I should have described the problem itslef. Thank you.
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Jan
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comment Newly created files are ALWAYS executable by default -(cifs,NAS)?
deckoff-ssh.txt was done that way :) it is OK,(not executable,) as you can see :)
Jan
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comment Newly created files are ALWAYS executable by default -(cifs,NAS)?
No, I actually mount the drive via script /ect/network/if-up.d/MBL I messed with NAS itself, created a user and so On. I re-flashed the firmware of the NAS, which returned the NAS factory defaults, but still the problem persists. I have 3 PC which mount the NAS simultaneously.... I will umount all, restart and mount one by one and see what happens
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comment Newly created files are ALWAYS executable by default -(cifs,NAS)?
ls output was edited. Compare deckoff.txt and deckoff-ssh.txt.
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accepted How to set a file NOT no be executable - linux terminal?
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Apr
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comment chntpw will NOT reset XP sp3 admin password? Other solutions or fixing chntpw behaviour?
I used OFFLINE NT utility ( your answer contains at least 3 methods ;) A few things I couldn't/didn't do in my previous attempts: 1. Clean shut down (from login menu) XP twice 2. Reset all locked users, not only the one I needed. 3. Double-checked changes are saved. Since chntpw and Offline NT are based on the same code (I assume), probably these were the reasons the tool worked this time
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accepted chntpw will NOT reset XP sp3 admin password? Other solutions or fixing chntpw behaviour?
Mar
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comment chntpw will NOT reset XP sp3 admin password? Other solutions or fixing chntpw behaviour?
:) I found this, I hope this still works with SP3 :)
Mar
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asked chntpw will NOT reset XP sp3 admin password? Other solutions or fixing chntpw behaviour?