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Posted on 1998-09-21
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Are there any command line capabilities i novell4.11?
For example, adding a trust group to a folder?
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The utility you need is called RIGHTS.EXE.  It is located in the SYS:PUBLIC folder on your 4.11 server.

Assuming you have a search drive mapped to SYS:PUBLIC (typically drive Z:), RIGHTS /T will show trustees of the current folder.
To assign trustee rights to the current folder, enter the following: -
RIGHTS . <rights list> /NAME=<name list>.  Where <rights list> = the rights you want to add & <name list> is the comma separated list of users or groups you wish to grant the rights to.

For a full explanation on the syntax of the command, enter: -
Rights /?     - All options
Rights /? T  - options related to trustees.
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