10-17-2008 08:38 AM
10-17-2008 11:05 AM
10-17-2008 11:43 AM
That's what I am trying to do. The problem I am having is that the ACT system insists on using the group Everyone as its share. I've tried creating a special "ACT users" group in place of the Everyone group (i.e. Removed the Everyone group then add the "ACT users" group, complete w/ Full Control permissions). This does not work. The share only works if the group Everyone is used.
It's as if there's a permission setting somewhere in the ACT SQL db itself. If there's no Everyone group, there's no share. If I am right, then I need to know how to make the change in the SQL db itself.
10-18-2008 12:09 PM
10-20-2008 02:44 PM
10-21-2008 09:24 AM
Note that the "shared" act database folder can be accessed via explorer and does have full read/write privileges to all data of the shared folder.
When the share permissions are changed to use the "Everyone" group, this error goes away.
10-21-2008 09:31 AM
10-21-2008 09:34 AM
- Domain, not workgorup.
- ACT server is not on a DC. Its an XP Pro workstation.
- I have seen the link. It states the below which is making me think there's no way around this issue w/out getting into the SQL db:
"It is recommended the user named Everyone have Full Control permissions to the shared folder. In some cases, it is necessary to add the specific names of the remote users to this Share Permissions list, to ensure that each domain user has Full Control of the shared folder."
Note: I also have a post going on Experts-Exchange. Your last reply was identical to my EE posting. Are you the same person?
10-21-2008 11:07 AM
There are two sets of rights. There is a set of rights on the folder and there is a set of rights on the share. I think need to be set so that the group has access.
Failing that try adding the individual users and see if that works
Yup, same person :-)