This is a discussion on Re: CopSSH changes directory permission - openssh ; I hate just passing people to other communities but this might not be the right forum for this question. The CopSSH discussion forum can be found at firstname.lastname@example.org . They might have a much better idea on the details of ...
I hate just passing people to other communities but this might not be
the right forum for this question. The CopSSH discussion forum can be
found at email@example.com. They might have a much better idea on the
details of how SSH specifically interacts in the XP environment. Its
probably best to rule out anything on that side of the fence first.
KRISHNAMURTHY SUDHAKAR-FSK031 wrote:
> I am seeing a strange behavior on windows XP pro with CopSSH installed.
> Every time I run
> the activate.sh and create a ssh account and subsequently when attempted
> to delete the folder or any files in the folder windows doesn't seem to
> allow any change to the directory.
> To fill in some background info here's what I am doing. I am changing
> the root directory for the SSH user by changing the registry key right
> after installation.
> Then I am activating a user using the activate.sh script. Running this
> script somehow seems to be changing the permissions of the directory and
> all the files in the directory.
> I even tried uninstalling and attempted to delete the folder/files but I
> keep getting this error message "Access denied" the standard windows
> error msg. In spite of being the administrator of the box I am unable to
> delete this.
> Has anyone seen this issue. It would be of great help if someone can
> tell me what is going on here and how can I avoid this in the future.
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