I have a small issue with changing the permissions on the user folders during a server upgrade.
We are replacing several older 2003 based servers with new and larger systems. During the upgrade process we use a program
called double-take to replicate the data from one system to another overnight. I am left with only several small issues. The user directory
that is brought over needs all its user folders shared and the permissions for "everyone" changed to full control. Since there are over 300 users this is a lot of clicking to perform manually. Is there a utility to perform this change or a cscript to automate the process.
Someone mentioned a command under adsi that worked.
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