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[Discuss] Permission denied
- Subject: [Discuss] Permission denied
- From: richard.pieri at gmail.com (Rich Pieri)
- Date: Mon, 25 Apr 2016 15:16:34 -0400
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On 4/25/2016 12:26 PM, Daniel Barrett wrote: > Thanks for the tip, Rich. We'll give that a try. You're welcome. FWIW, security on NT is like a network firewall where a specific host (Administrator) is granted explicit access to every service and object behind the wall. If you remove the rule that allows admin users' access to a service then that service is inaccessible to admin users. The rule must be restored before Administrator can access and manipulate the service. It's a very different model from anything POSIX-like. > Would that be "sudo chattr +i"? Why, yes, it would. It drove me nuts the first time I encountered it. -- Rich P.