Access denied for a regular user, how do I change permissions for a service?

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Drivers' started by Guest, Jul 12, 2005.

  1. Guest

    Guest Guest

    My situation is thus:

    Custom driver, that creates a device at \\.\ipstack
    As an admin I am able to access it no problem, for instance: dir \\.\ipstack
    returns request is not supported (which is fine)

    As a user (ipStack) it returns: Access is denied.

    I am using SetACL to check/set the permissions on my service. Is there a
    windows tool that would do the same thing?

    Running: "SetACL.exe -on \\.\ipStack -ot srv -actn list" returns:
    "\\.\ipStack",2,"DACL(not_protected):pC9724362\ipStack,full,allow,no_inheritance
    :NT
    AUTHORITY\SYSTEM,start_stop,allow,no_inheritance:BUILTIN\Administrators,full
    ,allow,no_inheritance:NT AUTHORITY\Authenticated
    Users,read,allow,no_inheritance
    :BUILTIN\Power Users,start_stop,allow,no_inheritance"

    As you can see user ipStack should have full access. The permissions persist
    after a reboot.
     
    Guest, Jul 12, 2005
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