group = (2**32-1) = 4294967295
Wed Nov 5 20:11:00 GMT 2008
Corinna Vinschen wrote:
> But you have the properties dialog in Explorer, or the cacls tool
> on the command line to find out. If that's on Vista, it might be
> the "TrustedInstaller" group which is neither a local group nor a
> domain group. Don't ask me what the idea behind this group is.
It's in Windows XP -- their are only two entries in the
Security Tab -- me and 'SYSTEM'. It had me s owner, but with no
access, so that fixes the access error I was also getting, BUT
the group is still unset.
C:\home\law\Application Data\Macromedia\Flash Player\#SharedObjects
Hmmm....is "NT AUTHORITY", not considered a 'local' system account maybe?
Otherwise, shouldn't it show SYSTEM as the group?
But SYSTEM as a group shows '18' in my /etc/group file, not "-1"
Seems like some of these files (perhaps the installer is trying to use
the the TrustedInstaller Credentials you mention, but since this is an
XP machine, it doesn't exist? Uh...weird.
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