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  • Blog Post: NTFS permission not flowing to the newly created files and subfolder

    Consider the present scenario. A NFS share has been created on a C drive. Desired NTFS permission are given to the share. On the folder properties- security-advance the option below is checked Then the registry key “KeepInheritance” is set to 1. HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software...
  • Blog Post: How to manually install a hotfix?

    It may happen that you need to manually install a hotfix. Starting from Windows Vista some of the kernel drivers are owned by TrustedInstaller. One cannot simply rename the driver file like nfssvr.sys. You can perform the following steps to replace a kernel driver. Let’s take the example of nfssvr.sys...
  • Blog Post: How NFS access works over NTFS permissions

    Recently we faced a scenario where a NFS share is created on a windows machine and UNIX client are trying to access it. (The behavior may be different based on the NTFS permission.) Though UNIX showed full permission for the user; we were getting access denied while deleting the file in the NFS...
  • Blog Post: A file created from UNIX side gets some extra permission

    Recently we came across a scenario when a file or folder is created from a UNIX client, then in the NTFS permission we can see the everyone group (even if the NTFS permission does not permit everyone group to be included; neither through inheritable permission nor though any other means) This happens...