As a part of ensuring that they've created a secure environment Windows administrators often need to know what kind of accesses specific users or groups have to resources including files, directories, Registry keys, global objects and Windows services. AccessChk quickly answers these questions with an intuitive interface and output.
Usage: accesschk [-s][-e][-u][-r][-w][-n][-v]-[f account,...][[-a]|[-k]|[-p [-f] [-t]]|[-h][-o [-t object type]][-c]|[-d]] [[-l [-i]]|[username]] file, directory, registry key, process, service, object
By default, the path name is interpreted as a file system path (use the prefix to specify a named pipe path). For each object, AccessChk prints R if the account has read access, W for write access, and nothing if it has neither. The -v switch has AccessChk dump the specific accesses granted to an account.
To see all global objects that Everyone can modify:
To download an object, from a Polar Cloud object detail screen such as shown in Figure 5.4 , you may click the DOWNLOAD button to save the object ( .stl file (s) and/or OBJ file (s), as well as subsidiary descriptive files) to your device. (Note that you may download to your device any type of object in the Polar Cloud: private object, shared object, or public object.)
Figure5.38: Polar Cloud object DOWNLOAD FILES pop-up screen
If an object consists of only a single .stl file or OBJ file , clicking the DOWNLOAD button on the object detail screen will download the object. But if an object comprises multiple .stl or OBJ files, or has subsidiary descriptive files, then clicking the DOWNLOAD button on the object detail screen will bring up a DOWNLOAD FILES screen at which you have the opportunity to specify exactly which of the .stl file(s), OBJ file(s), or subsidiary files to download; see Figure 5.38 . For such multiple .stl or OBJ file objects, you will have the option of clicking the DOWNLOAD ALL button to select all the .stl and OBJ files in the object, or of clicking the checkboxes for only those particular .stl or OBJ files you wish, and then clicking the DOWNLOAD button (lower right of the DOWNLOAD FILES screen).
In addition to whichever .stl files , OBJ files , and subsidiary files you have selected, the object download will also include a text file describing the object license, license.txt . However, photos or other images of the object (see the PHOTOS pane of the object manage screen ) will not be included in the download. The set of files will be downloaded as a ZIP archive file, download.zip .
In versions of the Polar Cloud prior to late Fall 2017, browser pop-up blocking could interfere with object DOWNLOAD . Object DOWNLOAD now operates by opening a separate browser tab for the download (which avoids browser pop-up blocking interference).
Downloading can also be performed on objects accessible to you from within a print queue using the print queue job modification menu , or from printer history , or from your account history , though the effect is different than saving an object from the object detail screen. When downloading from a print job, you are downloading your particular instantiation of the object: any modifications you made at the build plate screen (moving, re-sizing, or rotating) are incorporated, all .stl files and OBJ files comprising the print job are combined into one download .stl file (instead of remaining distinct, as in download from the object detail screen), and no subsidiary files (no text files, PDF files, etc .) are downloaded in particular, no license description is included (since any modifications for your print job may have licensing implications). Figure 5.39 shows an example of selecting Download STL File from the printer dashboards job modification menu.
Because submitting a print job from the build plate creates a single .stl file, regardless of whether the original object files included in the print job were .stl files or OBJ files, submitting a print job and then using the print job Download STL File option provides a way to convert an OBJ file into an STL file. (A number of CAD packages and online tools can also perform such conversion but this happens to be a way to perform OBJ to .stl format conversion via the Polar Cloud.) Such format conversion can be useful when you want to use the object with something that supports .stl files but not OBJ files: e.g. , direct printing (not through the Polar Cloud) on a Polar3D printer via the printer local web interface screen (see Section 3.1.1 : The Print File tab and the Project Details screen of the Polar3D Printer Guide ), or importing an object into BlocksCAD or Makers Empire .
In addition to downloading an object itself, via the print job menu it is also possible to download the print jobs particular slicing configuration by clicking the Download Config File tab. See the discussion of slicing profiles and PRINT SETTINGS in Section 10.2.2 .
Print jobs created by uploading G-code , or print jobs where the object was sliced in the Polar Cloud, also permit downloading the G-code from the print job menu via the Download G-Code File option. [ next ] [ prev ] [ prev-tail ] [ front ] [ up ]
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MeshLab is out! You can download in the download section, or in the github release page.
MeshLab is out! You can download in the download section, or in the github release page.
PHP object relational mapper (ORM) that sits on top of a powerful database abstraction layer (DBAL). One of its key features is the option to write database queries in a proprietary object oriented SQL dialect called Doctrine Query Language (DQL). This provides developers with a powerful alternative to SQL that maintains flexibility without requiring unnecessary code duplication.
This utility, which has the most comprehensive knowledge of auto-starting locations of any startup monitor, shows you what programs are configured to run during system bootup or login, and when you start various built-in Windows applications like Internet Explorer, Explorer and media players. These programs and drivers include ones in your startup folder, Run, RunOnce, and other Registry keys. Autoruns reports Explorer shell extensions, toolbars, browser helper objects, Winlogon notifications, auto-start services, and much more. Autoruns goes way beyond other autostart utilities.
Autoruns' Hide Signed Microsoft Entries option helps you to zoom in on third-party auto-starting images that have been added to your system and it has support for looking at the auto-starting images configured for other accounts configured on a system. Also included in the download package is a command-line equivalent that can output in CSV format, Autorunsc.
The FormRequest class extends the base Request with functionality for dealing with HTML forms. It uses lxml.html forms to pre-populate form fields with form data from Response objects.
The FormRequest objects support the following class method in addition to the standard Request methods:
Returns a new FormRequest object with its form field values pre-populated with those found in the HTML form element contained in the given response. For an example see Using FormRequest.from_response() to simulate a user login .
If you want to simulate a HTML Form POST in your spider and send a couple of key-value fields, you can return a FormRequest object (from your spider) like this:
data (object) – is any JSON serializable object that needs to be JSON encoded and assigned to body. if Request.body argument is provided this parameter will be ignored. if Request.body argument is not provided and data argument is provided Request.method will be set to automatically.
A Response object represents an HTTP response, which is usually downloaded (by the Downloader) and fed to the Spiders for processing.
certificate (twisted.internet.ssl.Certificate) – an object representing the server`s SSL certificate.
A dictionary-like object which contains the response headers. Values can be accessed using get() to return the first header value with the specified name or getlist() to return all header values with the specified name. For example, this call will give you all cookies in the headers:
The Request object that generated this response. This attribute is assigned in the Scrapy engine, after the response and the request have passed through all Downloader Middlewares . In particular, this means that:
A shortcut to the Request.meta attribute of the Response.request object (i.e. self.request.meta).
A shortcut to the Request.cb_kwargs attribute of the Response.request object (i.e. self.request.cb_kwargs).
A twisted.internet.ssl.Certificate object representing the server`s SSL certificate.
This attribute is currently only populated by the HTTP 1.1 download handler, i.e. for http(s) responses. For other handlers, ip_address is always None.
Returns a Response object with the same members, except for those members given new values by whichever keyword arguments are specified. The attribute Response.meta is copied by default.
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