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cron + network share(w/ full access?)
- From: Tim Gunter <tgun at bioscrypt dot com>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Thu, 10 Apr 2003 18:47:20 -0700
- Subject: cron + network share(w/ full access?)
- Reply-to: tim dot gunter at bioscrypt dot com
i know this has been discussed on the list before, but i am
still having trouble figuring out how to get a cron job to
access a network share.
i have tried:
1) giving full access to the network share(by giving
"Everyone" and "Guest" "full control" in the windows sharing and
security permission dialogs).
2) mounting the network share as system(mount now shows the network
share as being mounted as system).
3) installing the cron service as a user that has access to
the share. when i do this, cygrunsrv accepts the password that
i give it, but when i start the service i get a "1069" failure
to logon error. i'm pretty sure my passwd and group files are
setup correctly as sshing to the cygwin machine works.
i am running on Windows XP(both machines).
the cron job is Perl script, is there anything Perl can do
to get access to the network share?
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