So I have a folder with some crazy (Windows) ownership privileges. I have the folder mounted on a Linux guest OS virtual machine shared folder. I can delete files from the folder using
rm -f, however I cannot write anything there.
How can that be possible with file permissions in Windows?
BTW: I can't delete the folder from Windows either -- Go figure...
Edit: People want more details about the setup, so here you go:
The host is Windows 8.1 and the guest is Debian 7. The crazy folder that I am talking about is in the WindowsApps hidden folder under Program Files. It makes sense that it has crazy privileges... I am just wondering how they are being carried through to Linux like this.
I am working on getting some privileges data that was requested.