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I want to create user home directory to server win2k with AD.
I want to set permission to this directory with full control to USER and ReadOnly for other users. And to create subdirectory in this directory with name PRIVATE with permission with full control only to USER.
Example:
HomeDirectory - Read only for Everyone, Full control for %username%
HomeDirectory/Private - Full control only for %username%

Is there someway?
Thanks!
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Danny ChildIT ManagerCommented:
you can use CACLS to set permissions on the folders
info here:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/135268/EN-US/

I take it you're ok creating the folder structure that you want with the script?  
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Nick1_bgAuthor Commented:
Thanks :)
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Danny ChildIT ManagerCommented:
glad to be of service...
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