#StackBounty: #windows #windows-10 #permissions #uwf #uwfmgr UwfServicingMasterScript can not be edited due to missing permissions

Bounty: 100

I am using the optional Windows 10 feature "Unified Write Filter" (uwfmgr.exe) to protect kiosk machines from unwanted changes.
Now in order to deploy custom updates, it includes a Servicing User under which changes to the protected volumes can be performed.

To execute these custom updates, the script at C:Windowssystem32UwfServicingMasterScript.cmd is supposed to be edited. (official Documentation)

Now I am unable to edit this file since it is owned by the "TrustedInstaller" user for which not even Administrators have permissions.

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What am I missing here?
Am I supposed to change the owner of this file?


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#StackBounty: #permissions #mysite #onenote SharePoint 2013 – MySites – SharePoint permissions grant access to file, but users get &#39…

Bounty: 50

I have a funny situation involving MySites and OneNote documents.

I have gone into SharePoint mysites site and verified that I have permissions given to a particular Document Library with permissions inherited from the Site Collection.

The MySite site collection has a Sharepoint Viewers sharepoint group, and Everyone is a member of the group. Pretty typical stuff. Nothing special.

Sharepoint search allows users to search for this document. All good.

But when they click on the document, they get permission denied.

I used the CSOM api and it also shows the same thing – the OneNote document inherits permissions from the site collection, and it is granting read access to Everyone via the Sharepoint Viewers group.

Is there some special situation where you can have sharepoint permissions set up to allow access to a doc, but you cannot view that document? Particularly something special with OneNote documents on MySites perhaps? Or perhaps the Everyone claim is special in some way causing this confusing behavior?

UPDATE: I just went back and ran this test again, and suddenly users can access the document. Maybe this is some sort of intermittent problem that I should open a trouble ticket with Microsoft about?

UPDATE 2: I found this same situation for non-OneNote documents today. So this has nothing to do with OneNote specifically.


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#StackBounty: #permissions #mysite #onenote SharePoint 2013 – MySites – SharePoint permissions grant access to file, but users get &#39…

Bounty: 50

I have a funny situation involving MySites and OneNote documents.

I have gone into SharePoint mysites site and verified that I have permissions given to a particular Document Library with permissions inherited from the Site Collection.

The MySite site collection has a Sharepoint Viewers sharepoint group, and Everyone is a member of the group. Pretty typical stuff. Nothing special.

Sharepoint search allows users to search for this document. All good.

But when they click on the document, they get permission denied.

I used the CSOM api and it also shows the same thing – the OneNote document inherits permissions from the site collection, and it is granting read access to Everyone via the Sharepoint Viewers group.

Is there some special situation where you can have sharepoint permissions set up to allow access to a doc, but you cannot view that document? Particularly something special with OneNote documents on MySites perhaps? Or perhaps the Everyone claim is special in some way causing this confusing behavior?

UPDATE: I just went back and ran this test again, and suddenly users can access the document. Maybe this is some sort of intermittent problem that I should open a trouble ticket with Microsoft about?

UPDATE 2: I found this same situation for non-OneNote documents today. So this has nothing to do with OneNote specifically.


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #permissions #mysite #onenote SharePoint 2013 – MySites – SharePoint permissions grant access to file, but users get &#39…

Bounty: 50

I have a funny situation involving MySites and OneNote documents.

I have gone into SharePoint mysites site and verified that I have permissions given to a particular Document Library with permissions inherited from the Site Collection.

The MySite site collection has a Sharepoint Viewers sharepoint group, and Everyone is a member of the group. Pretty typical stuff. Nothing special.

Sharepoint search allows users to search for this document. All good.

But when they click on the document, they get permission denied.

I used the CSOM api and it also shows the same thing – the OneNote document inherits permissions from the site collection, and it is granting read access to Everyone via the Sharepoint Viewers group.

Is there some special situation where you can have sharepoint permissions set up to allow access to a doc, but you cannot view that document? Particularly something special with OneNote documents on MySites perhaps? Or perhaps the Everyone claim is special in some way causing this confusing behavior?

UPDATE: I just went back and ran this test again, and suddenly users can access the document. Maybe this is some sort of intermittent problem that I should open a trouble ticket with Microsoft about?

UPDATE 2: I found this same situation for non-OneNote documents today. So this has nothing to do with OneNote specifically.


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #permissions #mysite #onenote SharePoint 2013 – MySites – SharePoint permissions grant access to file, but users get &#39…

Bounty: 50

I have a funny situation involving MySites and OneNote documents.

I have gone into SharePoint mysites site and verified that I have permissions given to a particular Document Library with permissions inherited from the Site Collection.

The MySite site collection has a Sharepoint Viewers sharepoint group, and Everyone is a member of the group. Pretty typical stuff. Nothing special.

Sharepoint search allows users to search for this document. All good.

But when they click on the document, they get permission denied.

I used the CSOM api and it also shows the same thing – the OneNote document inherits permissions from the site collection, and it is granting read access to Everyone via the Sharepoint Viewers group.

Is there some special situation where you can have sharepoint permissions set up to allow access to a doc, but you cannot view that document? Particularly something special with OneNote documents on MySites perhaps? Or perhaps the Everyone claim is special in some way causing this confusing behavior?

UPDATE: I just went back and ran this test again, and suddenly users can access the document. Maybe this is some sort of intermittent problem that I should open a trouble ticket with Microsoft about?

UPDATE 2: I found this same situation for non-OneNote documents today. So this has nothing to do with OneNote specifically.


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #permissions #mysite #onenote SharePoint 2013 – MySites – SharePoint permissions grant access to file, but users get &#39…

Bounty: 50

I have a funny situation involving MySites and OneNote documents.

I have gone into SharePoint mysites site and verified that I have permissions given to a particular Document Library with permissions inherited from the Site Collection.

The MySite site collection has a Sharepoint Viewers sharepoint group, and Everyone is a member of the group. Pretty typical stuff. Nothing special.

Sharepoint search allows users to search for this document. All good.

But when they click on the document, they get permission denied.

I used the CSOM api and it also shows the same thing – the OneNote document inherits permissions from the site collection, and it is granting read access to Everyone via the Sharepoint Viewers group.

Is there some special situation where you can have sharepoint permissions set up to allow access to a doc, but you cannot view that document? Particularly something special with OneNote documents on MySites perhaps? Or perhaps the Everyone claim is special in some way causing this confusing behavior?

UPDATE: I just went back and ran this test again, and suddenly users can access the document. Maybe this is some sort of intermittent problem that I should open a trouble ticket with Microsoft about?

UPDATE 2: I found this same situation for non-OneNote documents today. So this has nothing to do with OneNote specifically.


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#StackBounty: #functions #users #forms #permissions Add new user : make the fields First Name and Last name required

Bounty: 50

I’m searching how to make First Name and Last name fields required when we add a new user. Right now only username and Email fields are required.

I found a way by adding class="form-required" for the first and last name fields on the file user-new.php.

But I’m looking for a method with adding code on function.php and not touch to the WordPress Core.

Thanks.


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #permissions #mysite #onenote SharePoint 2013 – MySites – SharePoint permissions grant access to file, but users get &#39…

Bounty: 50

I have a funny situation involving MySites and OneNote documents.

I have gone into SharePoint mysites site and verified that I have permissions given to a particular Document Library with permissions inherited from the Site Collection.

The MySite site collection has a Sharepoint Viewers sharepoint group, and Everyone is a member of the group. Pretty typical stuff. Nothing special.

Sharepoint search allows users to search for this document. All good.

But when they click on the document, they get permission denied.

I used the CSOM api and it also shows the same thing – the OneNote document inherits permissions from the site collection, and it is granting read access to Everyone via the Sharepoint Viewers group.

Is there some special situation where you can have sharepoint permissions set up to allow access to a doc, but you cannot view that document? Particularly something special with OneNote documents on MySites perhaps? Or perhaps the Everyone claim is special in some way causing this confusing behavior?

UPDATE: I just went back and ran this test again, and suddenly users can access the document. Maybe this is some sort of intermittent problem that I should open a trouble ticket with Microsoft about?

UPDATE 2: I found this same situation for non-OneNote documents today. So this has nothing to do with OneNote specifically.


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #permissions #mysite #onenote SharePoint 2013 – MySites – SharePoint permissions grant access to file, but users get &#39…

Bounty: 50

I have a funny situation involving MySites and OneNote documents.

I have gone into SharePoint mysites site and verified that I have permissions given to a particular Document Library with permissions inherited from the Site Collection.

The MySite site collection has a Sharepoint Viewers sharepoint group, and Everyone is a member of the group. Pretty typical stuff. Nothing special.

Sharepoint search allows users to search for this document. All good.

But when they click on the document, they get permission denied.

I used the CSOM api and it also shows the same thing – the OneNote document inherits permissions from the site collection, and it is granting read access to Everyone via the Sharepoint Viewers group.

Is there some special situation where you can have sharepoint permissions set up to allow access to a doc, but you cannot view that document? Particularly something special with OneNote documents on MySites perhaps? Or perhaps the Everyone claim is special in some way causing this confusing behavior?

UPDATE: I just went back and ran this test again, and suddenly users can access the document. Maybe this is some sort of intermittent problem that I should open a trouble ticket with Microsoft about?

UPDATE 2: I found this same situation for non-OneNote documents today. So this has nothing to do with OneNote specifically.


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #permissions #mysite #onenote SharePoint 2013 – MySites – SharePoint permissions grant access to file, but users get &#39…

Bounty: 50

I have a funny situation involving MySites and OneNote documents.

I have gone into SharePoint mysites site and verified that I have permissions given to a particular Document Library with permissions inherited from the Site Collection.

The MySite site collection has a Sharepoint Viewers sharepoint group, and Everyone is a member of the group. Pretty typical stuff. Nothing special.

Sharepoint search allows users to search for this document. All good.

But when they click on the document, they get permission denied.

I used the CSOM api and it also shows the same thing – the OneNote document inherits permissions from the site collection, and it is granting read access to Everyone via the Sharepoint Viewers group.

Is there some special situation where you can have sharepoint permissions set up to allow access to a doc, but you cannot view that document? Particularly something special with OneNote documents on MySites perhaps? Or perhaps the Everyone claim is special in some way causing this confusing behavior?

UPDATE: I just went back and ran this test again, and suddenly users can access the document. Maybe this is some sort of intermittent problem that I should open a trouble ticket with Microsoft about?

UPDATE 2: I found this same situation for non-OneNote documents today. So this has nothing to do with OneNote specifically.


Get this bounty!!!