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They can't as all 3rd-party apps on a non-jailbroken iOS device are limited by the sandbox, both installed from the App Store and from ad-hoc/enterprise distribution. Either they are using public APIs to access data 'the iOS way' (structured and anticipated) such as accessing the Camera Roll to import/save photos, or are integrated with an app to share data ...


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This is too large a trust you want to give to osascript. Do you want this command to run without asking you for a real confirmation: sudo osascript -e 'tell app "Finder" to quit' ?


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Usually I activate the Guest account and use that to test issues like you're describing. If you try with the Guest account and you're successful, it is an indicator that you've got permission problems with your files. Unfortunately, Apple's Disk Utility doesn't fix users' files. I've generally found it is quickest to go into the terminal.app and look for ...


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Sounds like there are multiple entries with your user account in the access control list of the share. Unless you're experiencing performance/functionality issues, I recommend contacting the person who administers that share, letting them know about what you found, then ignore it. :) If you're experiencing performance/functionality issues, find out if ...


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If the drive started out on Vista I'd assume it has been formatted using the NTFS filesystem. You can confirm this by selecting the drive in the Finder, right-click it and selecting "Get Info" from the menu. The Info window will list the format under General. Unfortunately on Macs by default NTFS is always mounted read-only. There are a number of options ...


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Typically when you mount an NTFS volume in OS X (or Linux for that matter) the permissions are determined at the time the volume is mounted. You'll probably find that all files within your volume are set with identical "-rw-rw-rw-" permissions and all folders are set with identical "drwxrwxrwx" permissions. Some software for mounting NTFS volumes will allow ...



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