How to get Sharepoint user group ,permission level, created , Created by ,Modified, Modified by using CSOM

I need to get the User group details.
GroupName, Permissions levels, Created by Created date, Modified by , Modified Date. I am able to get the Group Name and Permission Levels.
How to get the Created by Created date, Modified by , Modified Date in CSOM.


authentication – You don’t have permission to access /index.php on this server

404 errors generally means the page can’t be found. Check to make sure your error document is actually in the location you specified.

Sometimes it can be something as simple as including a leading slash. For example, if your custom error page is on your website root and it’s called notfound.htm, you should put ErrorDocument 404 /notfound.htm. If you forget the slash, the webserver will look for a notfound.htm in the current directory. In case you do not have such a file, a default 404 page will be served. You can define your custom error pages in the .htaccess file.

How do I prevent permission 777

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sharepoint online – Automating site collection admin tasks that I have permission to do manually

I have site collection admin permissions to a number of site collections and a hub site to connect them.
I try to automate provisioning of sites as much as possible, with PnP xml templates and PnP PowerShell. Now I have most customizations in place, but there are some tasks that I have access to perform manually that I have not found a way to automate with PnP.

When a new site has been set up, I would like to connect it to the hub site and synchronize the hub permissions. I have been given permissions to do that in the user interface. But when using PnP this task requires tenant admin rights.

Also, there is the document ID prefix I would like to set, but when I use PnP for that there is an issue with scripting not being enabled so property bag values cannot be set. But manually it can be done.

Is there any (other) way I can automate setting document ID prefix, connecting the site to the hub site and synchronizing the hub permissions?

nginx – Security-wise file ownership & permission setup for LEMP server to be managed via wp-cli and wordpress dashboard?

I’m on a LEMP VPS with the following setup;

cd /home/$USER/public/        # change directory to
chown -R nginx:nginx .                    # change file ownership
find . -type d -exec chmod 750 {} ;      # change permissions for directories
find . -type f -exec chmod 640 {} ;      # change permissions for files
chmod 400 wp-config.php                   # change permission for wp-config

The problem is I cannot get into “” folder without logging in as root. And also, I cannot run wp-cli as $USER, I have to run as follows;

sudo -u nginx wp <wp-command>             # running wp-cli as user `nginx`

So, as the title says, what is the security-wise setup for file ownership & permission in a LEMP VPS.

Linux permission 1002 1004 – Stack Overflow

I have very doubtful owner and group for my docker container jar and other folders. Strangely, the following command : ls -la returns 1002 and 1004 for certain items in the folder. I would like to affect everything with dev:EnvDev since my application is a regular user.

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Disable permission to display over apps without app knowing [ROOT]

I am a driver with UberEats and when i get a new request, it doesnt show where the destination is before i accept the order and pick it up from the restaurant.

I found a way around this by disabling the permission for the app to draw over other applications. This prevents it from showing the requests normally and allows me to open the app and see the destination.

However, each time i want to go online in the app, i have to enable the permission, go online then disable it again, since the app checks for that permission.

Is there a way to disable that permission without the app knowing?

Android 10, Oneplus Nord, stock ROM, rooted with magisk.

sharepoint online – Grant a user permission on a document using Share or using the Advance permission settings

We have a document library inside a communication online site, and we have 2 approaches to share a file with a user who do not have access to the site:-

  1. Select the Document >> Using the Share link:-
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  2. Select the Document >> click on “Manage Access” >> click on “Advance” >> stop the permission inheritance >> grant the user access to the file:-
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in both cases the user will have access to the file, but is there any differences between the above 2 approaches? or they will satisfy the same need?


sharepoint online – Which permission is needed to see rejected page versions?

I have a Page Library with enabled Content Approval.
Basically three different user groups with Standard Permission Level “Approver”, “Contribute” and “View Only”.
View Only Users cannot see rejected page versions, Contributors can.

Which checkbox in the permissions controls the visibility of rejected versions?

mount – Write permission denied for owner even though full permission is listed

I have a dual boot system and a few partitions distributed along 3 HDDs in my case. They all mount automatically on my KDE at startup and I’ve never had any problems with deleting, creating or transferring files between them, but all of a sudden my write permissions have been denied. Which is pretty weird considering that the output for ls -l for all of my partitions still gives me this:

alex@alex-ubuntu:/media/alex$ ls -l
total 148
drwxrwxrwx 1 alex alex 65536 Oct 12 18:14 Backup
drwxrwxrwx 1 alex alex  4096 Mar 30  2019 DCC68E14C68DEF58
drwxrwxrwx 1 alex alex  4096 Oct 12 18:14 Downloads
drwxrwxrwx 1 alex alex  4096 Oct 12 18:14 Games
drwxrwxrwx 1 alex alex  4096 Oct 12 18:14 Videos
drwxrwxrwx 1 alex alex  8192 Oct 12 19:11 Windows

Not even sudo commands for copying or creating files are working anymore:

alex@alex-ubuntu:/media/alex/Videos$ sudo touch test.txt
[sudo] password for alex: 
touch: cannot touch 'test.txt': Read-only file system

I’ve done some research but all the similar cases I’ve found were those where the user didn’t have full permission or root still had the ownership, so it was almost as simple as using chmod or chown to address the issue. I have absolutely no clue on what could’ve been causing this, specially given that my external HDD still works flawlessly when connected, for instance.