I need to change the security permission of some files and directories to “Everyone - Full Control”.
I have the cacls command (“cacls c:\mydir\*.* /e /g everyone:f”) but the problem is that on some OS the Everyone group has a different name (like "Jeder" in German OS).
I need a command that can make this change without using the “everyone” word.
The "Everyone" group is a "well known group" with the SID S-1-1-0. You can use this information to extract the localized name.
Get SIDtoName.exe from Joeware.net:
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