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Linux is a new area for me and I am hoping that this issue is straightforward. I have copied some data from a client's home folder to a group work folder accessed by a group in Linux. Other clients can see most of the data except some in a specific folder.

When the new client tries to access the data from a Windows machine, the directories are shown as empty. When the same folder is accessed through Linux using ssh, the client gets a "permission denied" error.

This looks like a permissions issue for the new client, the folder permissions are;
drwxrwsr-x 2 root 4096 Feb 1 11:14

and file permissions are
-rw-rw---- 1 root 11 Feb 1 21:18
-rwxrw-r-- 1 root 1500 Feb 1 21:18

The user trying to access these files and folders is already in the group which has permissions to this work area.
Should I do a
chmod -R 774 /folder_path and then
chown -R (saket):(scannergrp) /folder_path

Thank you for your help.

Linux is a new area for me and I am hoping that this issue is straightforward. I have copied some data from a client's home folder to a group work folder accessed by a group in Linux. Other clients can see most of the data except some in a specific folder.

When the new client tries to access the data from a Windows machine, the directories are shown as empty. When the same folder is accessed through Linux using ssh, the client gets a "permission denied" error.

This looks like a permissions issue for the new client, the folder permissions are;
drwxrwsr-x 2 root 4096 Feb 1 11:14

and file permissions are
-rw-rw---- 1 root 11 Feb 1 21:18
-rwxrw-r-- 1 root 1500 Feb 1 21:18

The user trying to access these files and folders is already in the group which has permissions to this work area.
Should I do a
chmod -R 774 /folder_path and then
chown -R (saket):(scannergrp) /folder_path

Thank you for your help.

I have copied some data from a client's home folder to a group work folder accessed by a group in Linux. Other clients can see most of the data except some in a specific folder.

When the new client tries to access the data from a Windows machine, the directories are shown as empty. When the same folder is accessed through Linux using ssh, the client gets a "permission denied" error.

This looks like a permissions issue for the new client, the folder permissions are;
drwxrwsr-x 2 root 4096 Feb 1 11:14

and file permissions are
-rw-rw---- 1 root 11 Feb 1 21:18
-rwxrw-r-- 1 root 1500 Feb 1 21:18

The user trying to access these files and folders is already in the group which has permissions to this work area.
Should I do a
chmod -R 774 /folder_path and then
chown -R (saket):(scannergrp) /folder_path

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Linux is a new area for me and I am hoping that this issue is straightforward. I have copied some data from a client's home folder to a group work folder accessed by a group in Linux. Other clients can see most of the data except some in a specific folder. 

When the new client tries to access the data from a Windows machine, the directories are shown as empty. When When the same folder is accessed through Linux using ssh, the client gets a "permission denied""permission denied" error. 

This looks like a permissions issue for the new client, and the folder permissions areare;
drwxrwsr-x 2 root 4096 Feb 1 11:14

drwxrwsr-x  2 root <groupname> 4096 Feb 1 11:14 <foldername>

and file permissions are
-rw-rw---- 1 root 11 Feb 1 21:18
-rwxrw-r-- 1 root 1500 Feb 1 21:18

-rw-rw---- 1 root <groupname>  11 Feb  1 21:18 <filename>
-rwxrw-r-- 1 root <groupname>  1500 Feb  1 21:18 <filename>

The user trying to access these files and folders is already in the group which has permissions to this work area.
Should I do a

chmod -R 774 /folder_path


chmod -R 774 /folder_path and then  
chown -R (saket):(scannergrp) /folder_path

chown -R (username):(groupname)

Thank you for your help.

Linux is a new area for me and I am hoping that this issue is straightforward. I have copied some data from a client's home folder to a group work folder accessed by a group in Linux. Other clients can see most of the data except some in a specific folder. When the new client tries to access the data from a Windows machine, the directories are shown as empty. When the same folder is accessed through Linux using ssh, the client gets a "permission denied" error. This looks like a permissions issue for the new client, and the folder permissions are:

drwxrwsr-x  2 root <groupname> 4096 Feb 1 11:14 <foldername>

and file permissions are

-rw-rw---- 1 root <groupname>  11 Feb  1 21:18 <filename>
-rwxrw-r-- 1 root <groupname>  1500 Feb  1 21:18 <filename>

The user trying to access these files and folders is already in the group which has permissions to this work area.
Should I do a

chmod -R 774 /folder_path

and then  

chown -R (username):(groupname)

Thank you for your help.

Linux is a new area for me and I am hoping that this issue is straightforward. I have copied some data from a client's home folder to a group work folder accessed by a group in Linux. Other clients can see most of the data except some in a specific folder. 

When the new client tries to access the data from a Windows machine, the directories are shown as empty. When the same folder is accessed through Linux using ssh, the client gets a "permission denied" error. 

This looks like a permissions issue for the new client, the folder permissions are;
drwxrwsr-x 2 root 4096 Feb 1 11:14

and file permissions are
-rw-rw---- 1 root 11 Feb 1 21:18
-rwxrw-r-- 1 root 1500 Feb 1 21:18

The user trying to access these files and folders is already in the group which has permissions to this work area.
Should I do a
chmod -R 774 /folder_path and then
chown -R (saket):(scannergrp) /folder_path

Thank you for your help.

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Linux is a new area for me and I am hoping that this issue is straightforward. I have copied some data from a client's home folder to a group work folder accessed by a group in Linux. Other clients can see most of the data except some in a specific folder. When the new client tries to access the data from a Windows machine, the directories are shown as empty. When the same folder is accessed through Linux using ssh, the client gets a "permission denied""permission denied" error. This looks like a permissions issue for the new client, and the folder permissions are; drwxrwsr-x 2 root 4096 Feb 1 11are:14

drwxrwsr-x  2 root <groupname> 4096 Feb 1 11:14 <foldername>

and file permissions are -rw-rw---- 1 root 11 Feb 1 21:18 -rwxrw-r-- 1 root 1500 Feb 1 21:18

-rw-rw---- 1 root <groupname>  11 Feb  1 21:18 <filename>
-rwxrw-r-- 1 root <groupname>  1500 Feb  1 21:18 <filename>

The user trying to access these files and folders is already in the group which has permissions to this work area. 
Should I do a chmod -R 774 /folder_path

chmod -R 774 /folder_path

and then chown -R (username):(groupname)

chown -R (username):(groupname)

Thank you for your help.

Linux is a new area for me and I am hoping that this issue is straightforward. I have copied some data from a client's home folder to a group work folder accessed by a group in Linux. Other clients can see most of the data except some in a specific folder. When the new client tries to access the data from a Windows machine, the directories are shown as empty. When the same folder is accessed through Linux using ssh, the client gets a "permission denied" error. This looks like a permissions issue for the new client, and the folder permissions are; drwxrwsr-x 2 root 4096 Feb 1 11:14

and file permissions are -rw-rw---- 1 root 11 Feb 1 21:18 -rwxrw-r-- 1 root 1500 Feb 1 21:18

The user trying to access these files and folders is already in the group which has permissions to this work area. Should I do a chmod -R 774 /folder_path and then chown -R (username):(groupname)

Thank you for your help.

Linux is a new area for me and I am hoping that this issue is straightforward. I have copied some data from a client's home folder to a group work folder accessed by a group in Linux. Other clients can see most of the data except some in a specific folder. When the new client tries to access the data from a Windows machine, the directories are shown as empty. When the same folder is accessed through Linux using ssh, the client gets a "permission denied" error. This looks like a permissions issue for the new client, and the folder permissions are:

drwxrwsr-x  2 root <groupname> 4096 Feb 1 11:14 <foldername>

and file permissions are

-rw-rw---- 1 root <groupname>  11 Feb  1 21:18 <filename>
-rwxrw-r-- 1 root <groupname>  1500 Feb  1 21:18 <filename>

The user trying to access these files and folders is already in the group which has permissions to this work area. 
Should I do a

chmod -R 774 /folder_path

and then

chown -R (username):(groupname)

Thank you for your help.

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