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Re: File Permissions - Yet Another Question / Clarification
- From: Andrey Repin <anrdaemon at yandex dot ru>
- To: Bryan Berns <bryan dot berns at gmail dot com>, cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Thu, 2 Apr 2015 18:31:53 +0300
- Subject: Re: File Permissions - Yet Another Question / Clarification
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Greetings, Bryan Berns!
> I'll try to reproduce the issue on a standard NTFS volume -- although
> I would image Cygwin is just decoding the same DACL that ICACLS is
> returning. The other oddity is why it's not recognizing *me* as
> having any permissions.
getfacl may shed additional light.
> In the particular case of SSH, is there any way to make SSH ignore
> these permissions?
Thanks, I laughed.
> I understand the importance / value of the check
> it's doing, but in our situation, it's not necessary...
You never know when it is necessary. Security is a tough mistress.
> and obviously
> causing us pain given the permission weirdness. Removing the
> administrative groups would be undesirable for us since they assist in
> our administrative team doing home directory moves across sites.
Administrators can access anything they want regardless of permissions, if
they really need to do it.
This is not a valid argument.
And leaving the context out of the reply doesn't help the discussion at all.
With best regards,
Thursday, April 2, 2015 18:29:18
Sorry for my terrible english...
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