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Problems with permissions on file-repositories

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Hello Forum,

i'm getting confused while i'm testing the differences between the acl/w2k security managers.

My Konfig:

-


Networkpath
filehost\ep6

user
domain\j2ee

(this user has full-access to all docs)

then i configured 3 File-Reps, all pointing to the same share (
filehost\ep6):

EP6 no security-manager

EP6_ACL acl security manager

EP6_W2K w2k security manager

(Portal-User mapped to the windows-User)

I expect:

- EP6 access to all documents

- EP6_ACL access to documents where i have granted access to my portal user via permissions in the KM-Content

- EP6_W2K access to documents where the mapped windows user has been granted access on the filesystem

This is what i get:

All three Repostories behave in the same way.

- my Portal User can only access Files, where the
domain\user has been granted access

- it seems, that the assigned security-managers didn't work

- EP6_ACL it makes no difference if i assign restrictions to the KM-ACLs

- EP6_W2K it makes no difference if i assign permisons for my windows-user on the os

Where is my fault.

Do I have to deal with some caching-problems?

Do i have to use three different Locations on the filehost?

Thanks in advance.

Frank Winkler

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KarstenH
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Hi Frank,

in the rough context, check this new paper that describes how Windows File Servers can be integrated into the SAP KM platform using SSO and the WebDAV repository manager:

https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/servlet/prt/portal/prtroot/com.sap.km.cm.docs/library/kmc/integration of windows file servers into the sap km platform using sso and the webdav repository manager.pdf

Regards, Karsten

Former Member
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Hi,

Are you using a system principal (eg´: system admin)? If you have used so, security managers are bypassed, everything is granted to the user.

Regards,

Miguel