Q: With version of the gu family book ost part 1 plug-in, specifying BU to grant registry permissions to all authenticated users (as per the civil services syllabus 2015 pdf examples) doesn't seem to work anymore.
I set "full access to the root directory" calling "AccessControl:GrantOnFile "instdir" S "FullAccess".
The AccessControl plugin for nsis provides a set of functions related to Windows NT access control list (ACL) management.Solution to the problem with (BU) on Windows.The plug in usage manual details that the dll must go into the plugin directory, and the nsh into the include directory.KEY_WOW64_64KEY inheritable ACE propagation, regSetKeySecurity is used when operating on a KEY_WOW64_64KEY handle, otherwise SetNamedSecurityInfo is used.My OS Win 7.A: Setting permissions on a file works identically to the folder examples.Txt" "WaterlooMathias" Pop 0 ; "error" on errors # Make the directory "instdirdatabase" read write accessible by all users AccessControl:GrantOnFile "instdirdatabase" BU "GenericRead GenericWrite" Pop 0 # Give all authentificated users (builtinusers) full access on # the registry key AccessControl:GrantOnRegKey hklm "SoftwareVendorSomeApp" BU "FullAccess" Pop.I know it is not safe way, but now it is the only way to avoid a software modification.
A: (no answer yet q: I pet saga rescue game want to give permmisions to file and not to folder as you show on your examples.
Starting with v (BU) should work everywhere.
AccessControl: inheritance of permissions, dear nsis users, during my installation to the root directory I need to create several folders, copu files there and set full access to all child objects (subdirectories, folders, files and so on) of the root folder.Detailed usage instructions and a list of functions can be found in the package readme File and Directory Permission List, file Permissions, readData.Just specify the path to your file path (as on the destination system) instead a folder path.Also, I read somewhere that using (BU) on the GrantOnFile is not working well with some systems (Win 7 x64 if I remember well maybe you should use the SID S instead (it's the All Users' SID, this value is a constant on each Windows.This issue was fixed in v?Thanks for your reply.Use the SID S instead of BU for Windows 7 - BU doesn't work.