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Questions tagged [acl]

The ACL is a security and access component of Operating Systems. It contains a set of entries that determine who and what has access to a specified physical or logical system object.

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Can't Port forwarding with Cisco 1921

I have a cisco 1921 router that I can not get to port forward/allow access to my internal webserver. SSH is open so it appears that the ISP or modem isn't blocking it (I could be wrong). Inside LAN ...
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Setting folders ACL for local groups

i need to grant permissions of a couple of local folders for a specific local group. I'm using System.Security.AccessControl.FileSystemAccessRule. And it looks like this: $aclFolders = Join-Path -...
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Is there a way in windows 10 using windiff (that comes with visual studio) to override acls and diff all files in a tree

In Unix-like operating systems, if you use "sudo diff -r /foo /bar" you can diff every file regardless of how the permissions are set. Is there an equivalent method in Windows [10]? I tried running ...
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Completely restore access control to defaults for WindowsApps folder?

I gave myself ownership of C:/Program Files/WindowsApps so I could poke around in there. I started running into issues though, and tried to give ownership back to NT SERVICE\TrustedInstaller. This ...
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Granting IIS_IUSRS access to a Web Application folder

Trying to add a folder on D:\ as a virtual directory to a Web Site in IIS. "Obviously" I need to add an ACL to the folder for the security principal IIS uses. This appears, most of the time, to be ...
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Why the access check algorithm from “man acl” does not correspond to the actual differentiation of rights?

In man acl says: 2. else if the effective user ID of the process matches the qualifier of any entry of type ACL_USER, then if the matching ACL_USER entry and the ACL_MASK entry ...
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ACL commands for allowing HTTP [closed]

Practice COMP Tia networking exam: Question 286 A network technician wants to allow HTTP traffic through a stateless frewall. The company uses the 192.168.0.0/24 network. Which of the ...
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GET-ACL AND PATH OWNER

PS C:\WINDOWS\system32> GET-ACL (JUST BLANK) Directory: Path Owner C:\ NT SERVICE\TrustedInstaller ALLOWED USERS: NT AUTHORITY\Authenticated Users Allow AppendData...
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umask equivalent for ACLs in macOS?

I have a problem similar to this one: How To Fix Samba File Permission Issues in Mac OSX In other words, I have: a Mac Mini with OS X 10.11 running as server. a Macbook. a Windows 7 machine. And I ...
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Cisco ASA fails to handle service objects with special characters after creation

Issue I have the two ASAs, which are listed in the Meta section. On those devices, I configured ACLs (both devices) and PAT (5506-X only) for a device to be able to perform peer-to-peer file sharing (...
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Network share permissions

I try to reproduce this: 6 users involved: Ann, Betty, Charls, Danny, Edward, Fred 1 share: SHARE 3 folders: Optional, Personal, Questions SHARE (only those 6 can read) |_Optional (only Ann and ...
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Folder suddenly changed permissions due to messing in Ubuntu

I use Windows 10 with the Ubuntu terminal. Yesterday I was trying to use rsync (in the Ubuntu terminal) to back up a folder from /mnt/f (a partition on my computer) to an external hard drive. But ...
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Does Samba need some kind of permissions/ACLs set on a *subdir*, for that subdir to appear in a list of contents of its *parent*?

I'm on FreeBSD and I've hit a quirky issue, that surprises me. I created a share, and within that share created a subdirectory called subdir. When I open smbclient with current directory = share root,...
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Share a directory with one (not all) other non-root user on Linux (no root privileges)

Is it possible to share a directory with one other non-root user, but only this one, without root privileges? The system is Ubuntu with kernel 4.4.0. I do not have root privileges. The system has a ...
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Business computer needs to be isolated from home network

I have a Linksys E-3000 router connected to port 1 on a TP-Link TL-SG108E EasySmartSwitch (cable modem to router to switch). I have a business workstation connected to port 8 of the switch. I need ...
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After setting up chroot the files do not show the User and Group

I have a little problem in that I have set up a directory to be chrooted by a group and this is working fine. My problem is that when I go to test using WinSCP the files show the ownership as the PID ...
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UsrClass.dat not loading when booting directly into profile

Came across a strange issue with Windows 7 on 7 April 2018. Suddenly my computer would not load UsrClass.dat due to the file being open. This Means that the desktop is loaded without my personal ...
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Completely hiding a dir, but leaving its descendants accessible via symlinks, in Samba

Due to the way Samba handles symlinks and wide links (it can only distinguish "within the share root" or "outside the share root") I want to create fixed symlinks in the share root to the "actual" ...
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Linux setfacl puzzle

I have a strange issue with some ACL I set for my VMs. My Vms are stored in the directory /shared/vms. The ACLs for this directory are: getfacl . # file: . # owner: root # group: root user::rwx user:...
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Read-only directory on Windows?

Is it possible to create read only directory on windows so I can't create files/directories in it? I've denied all permissions for all users, set folder read-only and I can still create files and ...
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Unable to add myself to any ACL while using Azure AD

When I received a new laptop at the beginning of the week, the initial setup walked me through gaining access to my workplace's domain using my work email address, which is also associated with my ...
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Ubuntu Mysql can't access from client machine

I have an Ubuntu server running a Mysql Database and I'm tring to connect from a client computer. The problem is that I can't connect because first it gives this error: lost connection to mysql ...
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Reset default ACLs for C:\Program Files\WindowsApps

I had to take ownership of the special folder C:\Program Files\WindowsApps to fix a problem with icons. The issue is now resolved, so I'd like to reset the permissions to the way they were before I ...
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I cloned my hard drive. Can I make ntfs permissions and symlinks go away for another machine?

I recently got a new computer. Because my current computer is kind of faulty, I took the fastest and least painful route to getting the 840+ GB of data on it to an external hard drive to bring to this ...
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Setting default file permissions using setfacl

I need to set the default ACLs on new files created by httpd via the apache service user in such a way that the file is created with the GUID set to the dev users account (which well call devs), and ...
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Default permissions for files within directory when using rsync

I am attempting to configure the file permissions that are set on directories and files when they are created by a specific user/group, but seem to be having a bit of an issue. I have tried setting ...
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Best way to copy user files from NTFS drive pulled from another system?

I have a couple of boxes full of disc drives that were pulled from systems over the years. I'd like to copy files to a new drive - particularly user data files (such as from "My Documents" or ...
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ACL for users not working correctly [Debian]

I wrote a script that creates some users (5 in this case) called 1 to 5, creates their home directories, and gives full access to those directories only to those five users. Here is the script: MIN=1 ...
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adding a 'test' fs to an LVM group

I'm trying to follow this guide to get a Samba DC going. However, I can't seem to get past the step for adding a 'test' volume to test the ACLs on. My fstab is as follows: # /etc/fstab: static file ...
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Difference between 'getfacl' and 'ls -l'

What is the difference between getfacl and ls -l in Linux? Both of them produce output with the same content. Am I wrong?
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Using NFSv4 ACLs on Linux

I have successfully set up an NFSv4 client and server, roughly following the guide at Setting Up NFS HOWTO. Both are running Ubuntu Linux 14.04. This is a small test environment without complicated ...
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setfacl up to root directory

I have directory /home/user/test. user2 does not have any access to this directory and /home/user but have rx access to / and /home as "other" user. I run setfacl -m u:user2:rx /home/user/test. But ...
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How to permanently set acl r-X in a directory and override chmod changes by the owner?

I want to give user 'backup' read-only permissions on a given directory in my Linux system so it can backup all files, regardless of their permissions. I read about acl and created two test ...
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Directory with ACL - permission denied

Please, tell me, how can give access to directory with ACL as in RedHat(or CentOS)? I must not disabled the ACL. ls -al /path drwxrwxr-x+ 9 bitrix bitrix 4096 Feb 14 18:10 . drwxrwxr-x+ 18 ...
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How to transfer Full Control ACL to named administrator account from CMD prompt?

Trying to give my named Administrator account (the account I use to log in to Windows) Full Control ACL permission across ALL files and folders. What is the command line to do this and/or could ...
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How to make iscsi initiator propogate changes?

I use CentOS 7. I created simple target/initiator configuration and two acls(ACL) for two users. However, when I mount on both users and write from the first user, write changes don't propagate to ...
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Change printer group permission with script?

How do i change the user group "everyone" permissions on a local printer using a script? I've been digging around and something's telling me to use ACL using powershell?
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ZyXEL VMG1312 - ACL for NAT Port Forwarding

I have a little ZyXEL VMG1312 router which is simply configured with VDSL WAN and an internet network / wifi which has all been working perfectly. I want to allow remote RDP access to a computer (192....
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How to setup ACL in Windows share

I need to setup ACL in a windows share folder where: There is one main folder Inside this folder there are many subfolders, every users should write/read inside these subfolders what they want ...
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How to open folder with trailing space and no ACL permissions?

This is as bad as it gets. The folder is named "Recovery ". Notice that space? That's stopping me from renaming it. I don't know how, in Windows 7 I set the ACL permissions of the parent folder to ...
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Archiving directory tree preserving permissions in Windows

I have to archive (= move to an "archive" subfolder and set the read-only flag) a set of remote directories, preserving the ACLs, on a remote Windows server. The directories have different access ...
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Is there a way to store user permissions “non-numerically” on a file-system?

I just moved a drive from one computer to another and realised that files were no longer accessible due to UID mismatch. My user had UID 1000 on one computer and the drive, whereas my user had UID ...
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Force group for new files in NFSv4 ACLs

I have a folder, /srv/share, which I'd like to share between a few users who share a non-primary group (share). I'd like to force that any file and/or directory moved or created into /srv/share are ...
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Allow write permissions to a folder for single execuatable {by path}

There is an DBF-based accounting system (1C:Enterprise 7.7 with 1S-Rarus:MBTSS 2.5 configuration) running under limited user account. And this user has access to some other apps (LibreOffice for ...
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Configuring default inheritance of permissions for new directories and files

I have some WordPress websites which have a good set of permissions on it. The problem I'm having is that WordPress is creating new folders (for example for plugins) which have a different set of user/...
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Store ACL's somewhere

This is an administration question. For various reasons, one being misbehaving users, I set ACL's for common system programs (write, mail, etc..) forbidding their execution by certain users. However,...
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How do I remove permission to specific user using setfacl

I just executed the following command setfacl -m user:userXXX:r /home/userYYY/private/ now I see $ ll /home/userYYY/private/ total 32 drwx------+ ...
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Setting Default ACL Does Not Work As Expected

I am going to work on a web project and therefore have an www-folder inside $HOME. I want this folder to be owned by user while beloning to group www-data. I issue: mkdir $HOME/www chmod g+rxs,u+rwx,...
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Which ACL should you change to block communication between two servers?

I have 2 routers connected to a switch. Each router has a connected server, one server is a mail server, the other server is a web server. If I needed to block communication from the web server to ...
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How to interpret extended attributes on MacOS X?

I have a problem with rsync (version 2.6.9 which is outdated, but this is another problem) not correctly synchronizing files from MacOS X to MacOS X (versions Mountain Lion, Mavericks, Yosemite and ...