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Setting NTFS permission using a script

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Dear All
I want to make a script (VBS)
that changes the NTFS permissions
for a shared folder from the default (EveryOne-FullControl)
to be owned by  two domain users by name (Usere1 , and User2)and the should have Full Control ,and EveryOne should read Only

If you can also help me on how to set a limit on the size of the folder,i'll be really Grateful

Thanx
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Usually I've done all of these with resource kit tools. XACLS does what you need for the NTFS permissions, and can be launched from VBScript. Probably there's also a tool for viewing/modding the folder size.
But there may be native VBScript command for both of them too...

HTH,

<Erik> - The Netherlands
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