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Is it possible to set the same permission settings for multiple profiles at once? I have many user profiles under Win2K Server that have the wrong permission settings and would like to just select all user profiles and make them the same.

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yes,, you can just select multiple ones and then rightlick, go to properties, security,,,, it will probably prompt you telling you something to the effect that these permiisions are diffferent would you like to continue.. then just set the permissions the way you want
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