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The VDT's AFS group: condor:vdt

The VDT has it's own AFS group, it's called condor:vdt.

To add someone to this group, become user condor (in the AFS/Kerberos sense):

kalog condor

then add the user:

pts adduser <username> condor:vdt
To remove someone from this group, become use condor:

kalog condor

then remove the user:

pts removeuser <username> condor:vdt
To see who is in this group:
> pts membership condor:vdt
Members of condor:vdt (id: -64320) are:

Extra AFS tips

The lab has some decent AFS documentation

To see all Condor AFS groups:

pts listowned condor
To open up access to condor:vdt on current directory:
fs sa -dir . -acl condor:vdt rlidwka
To disable write access (but allow read and ability to change privileges) on current directory:
fs sa -dir . -acl condor:vdt rla
To recursively open up access:
afs_rseta <dir> condor:vdt rlidwka
To recursively disable write access:
afs_rseta <dir> condor:vdt rla
Hint: If you use none for the permissions, it removes access for that user.