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Thread: User deleted - how i can take ownership of my files ?

  1. #1
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    User deleted - how i can take ownership of my files ?

    Hi all,

    i am new i this forum and i have a problem with my wl700ge and i have not yet found a solution ;( I hope someone have a solution

    I work with the Firmware 1.0.4.6 out of the box, yesterday i was have trouble to connect with my windows vista on my wl700ge because Vista defaults not support NTLMv2 ;(
    then i was so stupid to change ubsa to pbsa and with this action i have delete all my user-accounts ...

    Fot the Problem with the connect for Windows Vista i have found a solution:

    - Run secpol.msc
    - Go to: Local Policies > Security Options > Network Security: LAN Manager authentication level >
    - Change Setting from “Send NTLMv2 response only”
    - To “Send LM & NTLM - use NTLMv2 session security if negotiated”


    but i have always a problem, my deleted useraccounts .. i have created a new account with the same username an passwort,
    but when i look my old files i see that these files are not my own, it has a unknonw S-ID ...

    Now i can't change or delete these Files ;-(

    when i trie to take the ownership of these file i recivew a "Access denied"

    How i can go to the console of my wl700ge or how i cant get the ownership of my files?

    i have tried with ftp and cifs

    Greets from switzerland,

    Sacha

  2. #2
    I'd suggest you enable telnet to your box via the cgi script telnet hack then manually change the permissions of the files.

    To telnet in, put the following two lines into a file called telnet.cgi:

    #!/bin/sh
    /apps/bin/utelnetd

    Put this file into the web directory on the router and "view" it via the web page located on port 8080 (i.e. http://192.168.1.1:8080/telnet.cgi). This will open up a telnet port.

    If you've not added additional volumes, you'll find your shares at /shares/MYVOLUME1. Just "chown -R username sharename" from there to bulk change the owner of all files.

    If you've added additional volumes, they'll be mounted on /shares.

    - K.C.

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    thanks!

    Thank you, this is a solution ;-) . The Solution of the Asus-Support was "recreate the old user ..." but they dont thinks that he has e another S-ID ...

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