I have a linux machine that I'd like to be able to access remotely for SSH, FTP, HTTP, and so forth. I signed up for Dynamic DNS with No-IP.com, but this isn't adequate because I am on a college campus network, behind an NAT, and don't have permission to access the router to set up port forwarding.
I am currently running a Windows Server 8 Beta Build 8250 hyper-v machine, lets call it Server, with a Win7 virtual machine. All the machines are on the same domain. I am trying to access shares on Server from Win7 using a domain account. The domain account has proper NTFS and Share permissions and can access all other shares on the network.
How can I deny access permission to an entire folder except one file?
For example, my DocumentRoot is "/var/www/html" and there I have a folder called example. In there, there are many files and one of them is index.php. So I want to give access permission only to this file, and deny access permissions to the other files in that folder.
I've a problem with Virtual Box, I cannot access to a CentOS virtual machine. I'm using a openfiler local server connected to my network.In addition, I can access to all the other LUN disks that I've created there. and before moving out from my old home I had perfect access to this virtual machine. On virtualBox configuration the storage seems to be ok.
I am trying to figure out the best way to get shell access to a machine behind a network that I don't own. If the machine were on my home network, I would just forward port 22 and all would be well, but I don't have that kind of access on this other network.