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hi

i am triggering a job in a remote machine but it is giving me an error ' at : can't create a job for you'.

i checked at.deny and at.allow entries and all are correct.

Could advice if any other settings that i need to check.

thanks
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When you say they are correct, the st.deny, at.allow is what prevents the remote connection user is not permitted to create .......
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Hi arnold,
i have same set of at.deny and at.allow entries in other servers which are working fine. only one server is troubling me.

thanks
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hi arnold,

After updating the /usr/bin/at permission it worked.

thanks for your help
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