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  Subject: User Rights On Windows Server
  Posted: 04/15/2004 at 11:06:58 pm
  By: richard

How do you change the user right on windows servers?

USER RIGHTS OF: bizmail.dat to 777.
USER RIGHTS OF: bizmail.pl to 755.
USER RIGHTS OF: error.html, plain.mes & html.mes to 644
ect....



Man, I'll tell ya, Unix is alot more simple

Richard



  Subject: Re: User Rights On Windows Server
  Posted: 04/16/2004 at 6:27:17 am
  By: Seth Knorr

CHMOD 777 WOULD EQUAL:
User: Read, Write, Executable
Group: Read, Write, Executable
Everyone: Read, Write, Executable

CHMOD 755 WOULD EQUAL:
User: Read, Write, Executable
Group: Read, Executable
Everyone: Read, Executable

CHMOD 644 WOULD EQUAL:
User: Read, Write
Group: Read
Everyone: Read

However to set permissions you have to email your host (UNLESS THEY HAVE IT SET UP WHERE YOU CAN SET PERMISSIONS IN A CONTROL PANNEL). Your hosting provider is the only one that can set these.

To make sure they are set properly, you can login to your site use cute ftp, and right click on the file, then left click on CHMOD. Although you can not set file permissions this way on windows accounts, you can however see if the file permissions where set properly.


Seth



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