On Wednesday 18 May 2005 10:05, Julien Anguenot wrote:
> I get Insufficient Privileges while trying to check the #380.
Shrug, I also had to log in to see the bug; but since I am a maintainer, I
could actually see it after that. Ah, Roger made it "security related", which
I think is the reason it denies the access. Here are the entries:
Local Utility don't get correct removed
= Comment - Entry #2 by rogerineichen on Mar 8, 2005 4:03 am
Perhaps somebody has allready remove a utility on a production server. This
shold be cleaned up.
Perhaps we can provide a bootstrap event which will deactivate registred
utility where allready deleted from the registreation container.
= Request - Entry #1 by rogerineichen on Mar 7, 2005 11:47 am
A Local Utility don't get deregistred after removing.
They are removed in the folder but still working.
- Add a Plugable Authentivcation Utility (PAU) to the (default) site.
- Add a principal folder
- Add a principal to the principal folder
- Add a folder to the root
- Grant the principal to the folder and give them ManageContent permission
- Try to login with the added principal
Now, delete the PAU and principal with the remove function in the
Try to login like before. And you get access again.
The PAU is just used as a local utility example. This happens to all local
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