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XCACLS commands for specific NTFS permissions...

Dimarc67 asked
Last Modified: 2013-12-04
I need to explicitly assign a very specific set of NTFS permissions using the XCACLS.exe command line utility.  Can someone provide the correct syntax for the XCACLS.exe commands required to assign the following NTFS permissions to "FolderA":

FolderA - Full control for Domain Admins - This folder, subfolders and files
FolderA - Read-only for SecurityGroupA - This folder only
FolderA - Modify for SecurityGroupA - Subfolders and files only

Thanks much.
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