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NTFS file permission setting using Java

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Is there a way that i can set file permissions for a particular group say administrators in NTFS file system using Java
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only if you write the functions dealign with NTFS permissions in C/C++ using the Windows native libraries and then wrap them up in a JNI layer so they can be called from Java.
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