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Hi

I am trying to create a script to give users full access to the C: drive of a machine, I have managed to get that right but also need to know if i can get Subinacl
to exclude the c:\windows\system32 folder from being changed to full control and just stay the same.

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Leon
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Rich Rumble earned 150 total points
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The easiest thing to do, would probably be to have 3 parts to the script
1) print the current permissions ( owners etc,,,if necessary) of the dir you wish to remain the same
2) change all dir's to Everyone F C
3) use the values that you recoded for the system32 folder (and sub-folders?), and apply them back to that directory (and sub-folders?)

You may want to check out XcACLS.exe also
http://www.microsoft.com/windows2000/techinfo/reskit/tools/existing/xcacls-o.asp
-rich
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