permissions on standard folders e.g. qdownload

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KFischer_VIE
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permissions on standard folders e.g. qdownload

Post by KFischer_VIE » Thu Oct 15, 2009 2:15 am

hello everyone!

i am having trouble setting access permissons for the system folders for windows networking.

qdownload should only be accessible by certain users, so i check them in the RW propertys, all others are on deny, and guests are denied aswell.
result of this is, that no-one can access the qdownload folder.

i played around with it, it is only possible to access when guests have read access there. but this is not what i want!

same for ftp, here i even can not access qdownload when public read access is granted

is this a known problem - or what did i do wring?
thanks for your help,
Klaus

QNAPFrances

Re: permissions on standard folders e.g. qdownload

Post by QNAPFrances » Thu Oct 15, 2009 2:14 pm

KFischer_VIE wrote:h
qdownload accessible by certain users, in the RW propertys, guests are denied aswell.

it is only possible to access when guests have read access there.

i even can not access qdownload when public read access is granted


Hi Klaus,

I'm not sure I totally understand your question.
But could you pls double check your Access Right for "group" and each share folder, such as "Qdownload"?

BR,
Frances

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Re: permissions on standard folders e.g. qdownload

Post by kompuart » Wed Oct 21, 2009 3:43 am

Hello,

I'am new with this Machine and expiriencing this same problem. I even do not see guest user. I have no access to any Qfolders. On ftp connection I get info of "550 user denied" on Windows share after login to NAS I get one more login attempt and cannot login with local user. Some times Windows crashes and restart. When I tried to recover Qdownload folder by backing it up to exterenal USB drive it stops process with info of no access to folder.
Please help me to recover files from Qfolders...THX

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