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Re: no output from net.exe
On Fri, Jan 18, 2002 at 04:32:08PM -0500, Alex BATKO wrote:
> | ntea just uses the HPFS like extended attributes to simulate
> | file permissions. ntsec uses the NTFS ACLs to set real
> | permissions.
> Because I have had CYGWIN='ntea' in ~/.profile since the first day
> of installing cygwin, if I now switch over to 'ntsec', the permissions
> look wrong in the output of `ls -la`.
Sure. They *are* wrong since the ACLs aren't used before but
when ntsec is on they are read instead of the EAs.
> Is there any way to overcome
> this problem ?
You could write a script. That's even more fun than setting
all user/group/permission info by hand. Treat it as challenge.
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