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  • Troubleshooting
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    1. I'm trying to access my files, fs la says I should have permissions …
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    3. I'm trying to access my files, fs la says I should have permissions …
    4. I'd really prefer that not everyone could list my files, how should I stop …
    5. It was around 6am on a Sunday morning and suddenly I couldn't access my …
    6. It isn't Sunday and I can't get to my files
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      Controlling Access from the Web

      -If you make a directory listable and readable by system:anyuser then it can be viewed by any user on the web via the UTLs mentioned above +If you make a directory listable and readable by system:anyuser then it can be viewed by any user on the web via the URLs mentioned above

      Unfortunately, adding specific users to an AFS ACL does not mean they can see the folder when they access it from the web. IS&T, however, does provide a solution to this. First, make sure that the wanted directory is not readable by system:anyuser. Create a file named .htaccess.mit in that directory. In that file you can do one of three things,

      Note that you cannot mix users and groups in the same directory

      . @@ -250,7 +243,7 @@ Thereafter, the users should be able to get to the folders at https:/ see also: http://ist.mit.edu/services/web/reference/web-resources/https

      Troubleshooting

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      I'm trying to access my files, fs la says I should have permissions here, but it still says : Permission denied

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      I'm trying to access my files, fs la says I should have permissions here, but it still says : Permission denied

      There are two likely possibilities. First, its likely that your tokens may have expired. You can check this by running tokens. If they are, in fact, expired (or missing) get new tokens as follows: first, make sure you have valid kerberos tickets and then run aklog. Another possibility is that you have tokens but not for the correct cell. tokens will tell you what tokens you already have. In all likelihood, if you are reading this, you probably want aklog athena sipb. Finally, a third possibility is that your group membership has changed since you acquired tokens. Try running aklog -force