Due to virus - set rights on volumes containing user home directories, shared dept directories

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Since file system rights are stored on the volume, nothing related to eDir 
.... do a backup of your current trustees using something like trustee.nlm, 
save a copy of the result, edit the file and change the rights to RF and 
set them ...


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Peter
4/30/2009 11:12:26 PM
Susan,

> For a couple of days - my boss would like to make the volumes containing 
> user home directories and volumes containing directories shared by 
> departments to be RF - preventing the possibility of users writing 
> infected files back to the servers.  We are running AV software on the 
> servers.
>  
> Would there be an easy way to do this?.

Send me an email at hamish at haitch dot net - I have a netware utility 
that will let you make any directory structure readonly - nothing can be 
created or modified - by users, admins or the server itself.

H.


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Haitch
4/30/2009 11:38:36 PM
Susan Crowther wrote:

> NetWare 6 SP 5 servers
> NetWare 6.5 SP 7 servers
> 
> For a couple of days - my boss would like to make the volumes
> containing user home directories and volumes containing directories
> shared by departments to be RF - preventing the possibility of users
> writing infected files back to the servers.  We are running AV
> software on the servers.
> 
> Would there be an easy way to do this?.
> 
> 
> Thank you in advance for any info.........

To add to the others, there are utilities out there that can do mass
modifications for you. The JRB toolset is probably the best out there.

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5/3/2009 11:40:12 AM
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