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How to grant the rights to modify "Volume space restriction"

Hi,

I granted supervisory rights to one of my staff for a context and he
can now create users within that context. I then tried providing him
the necessary rights to modify the "Volume space restriction"
parameter of a volume by
- selecting the related volume of the context
- adding the user as a trustee
- enabling the SCRWA of the "Volume Space Restriction" parameter of
the volume.

This user still can not modify the space restrictions of the related
context.

Any idea ?
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Re: How to grant the rights to modify "Volume space restriction"

On Thu, 11 Jan 2007 14:34:54 GMT, Sanal Kisi <sanalkisi@yahoo.com>
wrote:

>I granted supervisory rights to one of my staff for a context and he
>can now create users within that context. I then tried providing him
>the necessary rights to modify the "Volume space restriction"


For TFS, the modifier will need S rights to the volume root in the file
system.

For NSS, the modifier will need eDirectory S rights to the NCP Server
object.


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Re: How to grant the rights to modify "Volume space restriction"

And how do I do this ?

I am not using eDirectories/NSS, and I don't know how to grant S
rights of the volume ROOT for any user.



On Thu, 11 Jan 2007 21:55:38 GMT, dgersic_@_niu.edu (David Gersic)
wrote:

>On Thu, 11 Jan 2007 14:34:54 GMT, Sanal Kisi <sanalkisi@yahoo.com>
>wrote:
>
>>I granted supervisory rights to one of my staff for a context and he
>>can now create users within that context. I then tried providing him
>>the necessary rights to modify the "Volume space restriction"

>
>For TFS, the modifier will need S rights to the volume root in the file
>system.
>
>For NSS, the modifier will need eDirectory S rights to the NCP Server
>object.
>
>
>---------------------------------------------------------------------------
> David Gersic dgersic_@_niu.edu
>
> I'm tired of receiving rubbish in my mailbox, so the E-mail address is
> munged to foil the junkmail bots. Humans will figure it out on their own.


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Re: How to grant the rights to modify "Volume space restriction"

On Fri, 12 Jan 2007 07:06:20 GMT, Sanal Kisi <sanalkisi@yahoo.com>
wrote:

>And how do I do this ?
>
>I am not using eDirectories/NSS, and I don't know how to grant S
>rights of the volume ROOT for any user.


So what _are_ you using? You didn't say.

Go to the root directory of the volume. Assuming you're doing this from
a Windows workstation, right click and go to Properties, then Netware
Rights. Add rights for this person, and check the S box.


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Re: How to grant the rights to modify "Volume space restriction"

On 12/01/07 Sanal Kisi wrote:
> I am not using eDirectories/NSS


Presumably you have NW 6.0 or 6.5, since you posted in this forum, so
you ARE using eDirectory. And by default you will be using NSS also,
unless you manually chose all traditional volumes during the install.
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Re: How to grant the rights to modify "Volume space restriction"

I am working as the Admin but I am allowed to grant all the rights
except S.

Any idea ?

On Fri, 12 Jan 2007 15:33:36 GMT, dgersic_@_niu.edu (David Gersic)
wrote:

>On Fri, 12 Jan 2007 07:06:20 GMT, Sanal Kisi <sanalkisi@yahoo.com>
>wrote:
>
>>And how do I do this ?
>>
>>I am not using eDirectories/NSS, and I don't know how to grant S
>>rights of the volume ROOT for any user.

>
>So what _are_ you using? You didn't say.
>
>Go to the root directory of the volume. Assuming you're doing this from
>a Windows workstation, right click and go to Properties, then Netware
>Rights. Add rights for this person, and check the S box.
>
>
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> David Gersic dgersic_@_niu.edu
>
> I'm tired of receiving rubbish in my mailbox, so the E-mail address is
> munged to foil the junkmail bots. Humans will figure it out on their own.


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