November 5th, 2001, 10:22 PM
November 5th, 2001, 10:47 PM
Do you have admin?
Did you try to remove the files with local admin access?
November 5th, 2001, 11:36 PM
yes I was logged on today as local admin, I have also tried as the Enterprise admin.
I'm at a loss
November 6th, 2001, 03:10 AM
[HvC]Terr: L33T Technical Proficiency
November 6th, 2001, 04:07 AM
The NTFS driver for DOS can be found here:
Never used it myself though, and it seems you have to by the pro version for read/write access... Anyways, check it out...
November 6th, 2001, 08:47 AM
try to logg in locally like administrator and then
take the ownership of these folders and then delete this folders
(right click in the folder and then click TAKE OWNERSHIP).
I hope this helps you
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November 6th, 2001, 04:49 PM
ok, tried the rm and rmdir that come with POSIX, but they didn't work
Now I am going to attempt to telnet to that server and see if I can do it from there.
I have tried as local admin, I have tried from the command prompt, I have tried from a DOS box connecting to the server and none of them work. Still at a loss here folks.
Thanks for the suggestions, keep 'em coming.
November 6th, 2001, 05:26 PM
Turn off IIS. backup hard drive. format. install freebsd. run.
restore all website files. turn on webserver, if not, install apache (?).
tell your company MD he should give you a pay you more to do security on the server
November 6th, 2001, 05:46 PM
Same as BPX but instead of bsd just reinstall the webserver.
And make sure that you have all the patches on before you reconnect it to the web.
[gloworange]\"A hacker is someone who has a passion for technology, someone who is possessed by a desire to figure out how things work.\" [/gloworange]
November 6th, 2001, 06:01 PM