LaTeX compilers can't find files in texmf-local

Philip Taylor P.Taylor at Hellenic-Institute.Uk
Mon Apr 13 10:35:59 CEST 2020

Reinhard Kotucha wrote:

> Maybe someone with an English Windows can provide a better
> explanation with exact wordings.

Main tabs, left to right : General, Sharing, Security, Previous Versions, Customise.

Security tab : Object name, <object> Group or user namea:
To change permissions click [[UAC] Edit]
Permissions for Authenticated Users [Allow][Deny]
For special permissions or advanced settings click Advanced [Advanced]
"Learn about access control permissions  and permissions"

Tabs: Permissions, Auditing, Owner, Effective Permissions

Permissions tab : Object name: <object>
Permissions entries
Type, Name, Permission, Inherited from, Apply to
[[UAC] Change Permissions]

[Change permissions]
To view ir edit details for a permission entry, select the entry and then click Edit
Obhect name: <object>
Permission entries :
Type, Name, Permission, Inherited from, Apply to
[Add...] [Edit ...] [Remove]
[ ] Include inheritable permissions from this object's parent
[ ] Replace all child object permissions with inheritable permissions from this object.

[OK] [Cancel] [Apply]

Consider also the [Owner] type and the command-line CACLS :

> C:\Windows\system32>cacls /?
>  NOTE: Cacls is now deprecated, please use Icacls.
>  Displays or modifies access control lists (ACLs) of files
>  CACLS filename [/T] [/M] [/L] [/S[:SDDL]] [/E] [/C] [/G user:perm]
>         [/R user [...]] [/P user:perm [...]] [/D user [...]]
>     filename      Displays ACLs.
>     /T            Changes ACLs of specified files in
>                   the current directory and all subdirectories.
>     /L            Work on the Symbolic Link itself versus the target
>     /M            Changes ACLs of volumes mounted to a directory
>     /S            Displays the SDDL string for the DACL.
>     /S:SDDL       Replaces the ACLs with those specified in the SDDL string
>                   (not valid with /E, /G, /R, /P, or /D).
>     /E            Edit ACL instead of replacing it.
>     /C            Continue on access denied errors.
>     /G user:perm  Grant specified user access rights.
>                   Perm can be: R  Read
>                                W  Write
>                                C  Change (write)
>                                F  Full control
>     /R user       Revoke specified user's access rights (only valid with /E).
>     /P user:perm  Replace specified user's access rights.
>                   Perm can be: N  None
>                                R  Read
>                                W  Write
>                                C  Change (write)
>                                F  Full control
>     /D user       Deny specified user access.
>  Wildcards can be used to specify more than one file in a command.
>  You can specify more than one user in a command.
>  Abbreviations:
>     CI - Container Inherit.
>          The ACE will be inherited by directories.
>     OI - Object Inherit.
>          The ACE will be inherited by files.
>     IO - Inherit Only.
>          The ACE does not apply to the current file/directory.
>     ID - Inherited.
>          The ACE was inherited from the parent directory's ACL.

/Philip Taylor/

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