Re: setuid Windows?
From: Super_Geek (RichardFalconer_at_thepostmaster.net)
Date: Fri, 13 Jun 2003 18:29:45 +0100
Karsten Ohme asks a question to do with PCs, Super_Geek dives in and
tries to help:
>A user owns an executable. Other users can execute this application. There
>is a common file, where outputs of all users should be written to. But all
>other users do not have write permissions to this file. E.g. this could be a
>highscore list of a game. That means the users can start the application and
>this application has the right to write to this file.
Sorry to state what may seem obvious, but for the sake of simplicity
can't you just put the shared file on a share with read/write privileges
Noting your '.de' email domain, I can post in German if you prefer. Mind
you, not as technically. :) Anyone know the German word for privilage?
Careful, it's dead similar to loads of others.
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