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  • Setting Read and Write rights using Plesk 11

    Hi,

    I am brand new to Plesk and VPS. I have a right issues on a directory where I would like to specify read, write and delete (no execute). I thought the print screen show below was the place to go but it's either "Full control". Anyway I have tried just about everything but can't stop to get Access to the path xxxxx is denied. What did am I missing ?

    http://www.corobori.com/sos/picPleskRW.png

  • #2
    Hi There,

    Have you tried to contact myhosting customer care at support@myhosting.com, or by phone at 1-866-289-5091. You can also get 24/7 support contact @myhostingCare

    Cheers

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    • #3
      Hi Corobori,

      Could you let us know what specifically you want to set? Based on the screenshot, you should be able to:

      1) Select "Replace permission entries... " at the top and choose
      2) Select the Plesk Anonymous Account
      3) Uncheck Full Control
      4) Choose Deny for Read & Execute

      This presumes you want these permissions for the web user.

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      • #4
        I think I found out, setting rights for the "Plesk IIS Worker Process Identity Account (IWAM_plesk(default))" made the trick

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