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Manually setting IIS Permissions

Discussion in 'Plesk for Windows - 8.x and Older' started by twistoo, Apr 25, 2006.

  1. twistoo

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    We have an application that mixes ASP and ASP.NET and need special permissions on certain folder so we can write files to disk (in ASP), upload them (in .NET) and read them (with both technologies).

    We have managed to find the proper permissions so that it works, but it seems that Plesk sometimes automatically overwrite them. Is this possible? How can we prevent this to happen?

    Thanks.
     
  2. OlegB

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  3. twistoo

    twistoo Guest

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    Thank you.

    I haven't use reconfigurator for a while now. As for FrontPage, it is disabled in every domain we have.

    Is there another Plesk process that could have automatically reinstalled FrontPage?

    Is it a problem if I disable FrontPage on my server (I don't need it).

    Thanks again.
     
  4. Traged1

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    Hmm it will also rest your permissions each time you upgrade plesk.
     
  5. twistoo

    twistoo Guest

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    That may be the problem. But anyway, we have set up a permission script with wsh and calcls that we run with the task scheduler. It's working very well (if this can help someone).
     
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