I want to create and write file in "C:\windows\system32\" this path.
some computer give the error access denied.
i want some code in C# who give the permission to folder.
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I need to check whether a user has read/write permission to a file on any directories (local or network share).
Can someone provide a short code sample?
I've seen many examples online (pinvoking NetShareGetInfo, DirectoryInfo.GetAccessControl(), FileIOPermission.Demand(), etc), but I'm still unable to correctly check if a file in a network share directory (e.g, \\networkPC\sharedFolder) is readable/writable.
All my checks will pass, but when I attempt to write a file, I get UnauthorizedAccessException ("Access to the path ... is denied").
Should I really be doing my checks this way?
public static bool IsFileWritable(string fileName)
FileInfo file = new FileInfo(fileName);
using (Stream stream = file.OpenWrite()) // attempt to open a write stream.
isWritable = true;
isWritable = false;
May i know what is the Differenc that they actually make in IIS7 .
Please tell me at a low level as i am still a novice in Asp.Net
Thanks in Advance.
Hi every one ... How are you ??
OK ... I want to make album ... I try to make it using buttons( next & pre ) using imageButton control and variable (i)
So ... each next (++i) & pre ( --i) to show allimages in directory ("photo")
Here my code in C# ::
public partial class photos : System.Web.UI.Page
// LinkedList<string> names = admin.getNames();
static int i = -1;
static int l = 0;
protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
dir = new DirectoryInfo(MapPath("photo"));
files = dir.GetFiles();
//l = (int)names.LongCount();
l = files.Length;
if (l == 0)
Label2.Text = "No Photo to Display !!";
Image2.ImageUrl = "images/ith.png";
Good Day all,
Having an issue with an outside user accessing my IIS7 box. I do not have this problem when running the website from my host machine. I found this post: Http://forums.asp.net/t/1371394.aspx. I assure you that this is not a solution because I am not storing any of my files on a network share.
What do you think my approach should be.
I already have read rights to IIS user to my BIN folder.
Thanks for the help.
How to set SearchRoot Path in Active Directory in this
Functionality: We have scenario that
1<sup>st</sup> hit one LDAP server with some 'fixed user
name' &' fixed password ' and filter data
with specific User name(which given by user) getting 'User dn'.
After that we hit Next LDAP server based on the 'User
dn' getting from 1<sup>st</sup> server.
(So, in my case 1<sup>st</sup> LDAP
server works like as Load balancing server but functionalitywise it is
wi As System.Security.Principal.WindowsIdentity = _System.Security.Principal.WindowsIdentity.GetCurrent()
Dim a As String() = HttpContext.Current.User.
I am have requirement like displaying all the user information reporting to specific manager from Active Directory.
Please help me regarding this.
Hi,I want to get files(.doc,.docx) from Directory and show the Content with formatting in a webform.Is there any solution?Please help me.Thanks in advance.
When i try to List the users from Active directory, i get this exception.
Error while processing.System.Runtime.InteropServices.COMException (0x80072020): An operations error occurred at System.DirectoryServices.DirectoryEntry.Bind(Boolean throwIfFail) at System.DirectoryServices.DirectoryEntry.Bind() at System.DirectoryServices.DirectoryEntry.get_AdsObject() at System.DirectoryServices.DirectorySearcher.FindAll(Boolean findMoreThanOne) at System.DirectoryServices.DirectorySearcher.FindAll()
The code i used is :
deSearch.Filter = "(&(objectClass=user) (cn=" + UserName +"))";
SearchResultCollection results = deSearch.FindAll();
But the DirectoyEntry method is getting validated if i use the overloaded method : DirectoryEntry(_path, domainAndUsername, password);
Please advice me.
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