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Re: Windows 2003 Domain Controller and Cygwin SSH Permission Problem

At 07:34 PM 3/31/2005, you wrote:
>I have cygwin installed on a windows 2003 enterprise edition domain
>The version of cygwin is:
>$ uname -a
>CYGWIN_NT-5.2 server 1.5.13(0.122/4/2) 2005-03-01 11:01 i686 unknown
>unknown Cygwin
>I ran the ssh-host-config -y script and allowed it to create the
>ssh_server user for me.
>I am trying to use cygwin for the OpenSSH functionality but I'm having
>some problems.
>Any user who is a part of the Administrators group can log into the ssh
>console without a problem, but a user who is just a "domain user" gets
>the following error:
>Administrator@server ~
>$ ssh user@server
>user@server's password:
>Last login: Thu Mar 31 18:21:38 2005 from
>bash.exe: warning: could not find /tmp, please create!
>-bash: /etc/profile: Permission denied
>-bash: /home/user/.bash_profile: Permission denied
>-bash-2.05b$ exit
>-bash: /home/user/.bash_logout: Permission denied
>Connection to server closed.
>As you can see, the user is authenticated, but the Permission denied
>errors come up.  I've tried giving this particular "user" full controll
>over the entire directory structure and this error still occurs.  
>Any help or direction you can provide would be very appreciated.

Can the user above start 'cygwin.bat' successfully if logged into Windows

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