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Re: cron & Windows 7
On Feb 12 13:33, Pierre A. Humblet wrote:
> From: "Corinna Vinschen"
> | On Feb 12 18:39, Corinna Vinschen wrote:
> | > Cool! Look at the date! So I did it again wrong after you already
> | > fixed it in 2002. Oh well. Btw, I tested this today and it seems the
> | > patch is working. I'll just change it to use a well_known_builtin_sid
> | > rather than creating the SID on the fly.
> | Nevertheless, would you mind to test it as well? Easy chance that I
> | missed something.
> Matthias just tested what I did last night, which was based on what
> you had sent, but also defining well_known_users_sid in security.h etc..
Sorry, but I don't understand what you mean. well_known_users_sid
*is* already defined in security.h since my patch from 2010-01-08.
> Now cron works on his system. Looks like we are duplicating efforts!
> I just refreshed cvs and get_token_group_sidlist still has:
> grp_list *= well_known_users_sid;
Yes, sure. What's the problem? You wrote in
http://cygwin.com/ml/cygwin/2010-02/msg00291.html that always adding
well_known_users_sid is a good idea from your POV. I currently don't
understand what you're trying to say.
> I was also looking at the lsaauth code and noticed you exclude all
> well-known groups.
> Does lsa put them in the token anyway? Otherwise how does
> USERS get in there?
> I have many other observations but that will be for later.
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