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problem with perrmision to file system repository

Hi

We install EP version 6.0.10.1.0 with J2EE Engine 6.40 PatchLevel 88028.313 on

Windows 2003 .

We are trying to install “ file system repository “ to connect to file server ( running windows2000 ) .

We follow the help.sap.com instruction.

So we create a Windows System and with the name “ Windows “ .

We create a Windows System Template name “KMWindows_System “.

We create System in the Portal System Landscape name “KM Windows System “.

With system aliases “ Windows “.

We create Network Paths name “amithome “ with administrator user and password .

We create File System Repository Manager name “ fsamithome”with this parameters:

Prefix : /z.fsamithome

Root directory :
myserver\amit ( the same as the network paths )

Security manager : W2Ksecuritymanager

Windows landscape system : Windows .

The problem is that users with system administration role can see iview that show the

Files in the repository but users with Eu_role but with user mapping cannot see the

Files and they get “ access denied “ massage .

The users with eu_role cannot see also result from the search repository .

Please advice .

Best regards

Amit Zait

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    Posted on Feb 16, 2005 at 06:19 PM

    Hi amit,

    why aren't you using the Acl method of security is that on porpse?

    if your'e Isreaely as your name rings let me know and i'll give you my phone number for directions.

    Yours,

    Yoav

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Rizwan

      check in the component monitor if you have red icones

      under your repsitories .

      try to turn off all the repository services under the

      file system repository configuration and restart the

      ep system.

      Best Regards

      Amit

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