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Powershell Script to set Domain Folder Permissions

Posted on 2011-03-10
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Need help with what to use for a command to set folder permissions to full control for a domain group.  I was trying to use icacls from powershell and failing miserably.

Any help would be greatly appreciated as this is a hot issue.
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Why not a .bat or .vbs file?
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Duplicate post for "icacls invalid parameter on group name" ?
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