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    Windows 7 Home Server - Help

    Hello guys,

    I really do not know if this is the right section to post my problem but i really need your help because you are all pros.

    First, i am a newbie, i am trying to run some scripts across my own personal computer and thats because i am afraid of "hitting" my webserver.

    I download "WampServer" and i installed it. When i start it and i try to run some scripts, i am getting errors of re-write some folders to 777 or others to 665.

    I download a program called "CHMOD-WIN" to do - change the permissions but it seems in windows, you are NOT able to change permissions by your desire.

    I really want to fix this - find a solution on this because i prefer my QoSmio laptop which is fast as hell comparing to dedicated web servers for my experiments.

    Any idea ?

    P.S - A guy told me that it can be done via dos, but he did not tell me how to ;/

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    So, any news on this? someone ?

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    Well, i found a semi-way to do it but it only works for "777" permission settings.
    You just go to the specified folder, and you go to options, and you remove the "read only" option. Then, you go to the "security" of the folder and you put "all users" to have access.

    So, this is only for 777 permission settings.
    Does anyone have another idea how to implement 664, 666 e.t.c ?

    Please help ? It is really bothering me ?


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