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FTP Virtual Directory scripting to allow Write Access

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Is there any way to set the "write" tag (screenshot attached) to an FTP virtual directory through the command line?

I'm trying to script adding an FTP user to AD, and create an FTP virtual directory, giving the user write access to the virtual directory.

I've got everything working except for automating the "write" access.

I don't mean using CACLS to give the physical directory write permissions, but I need it to be done for the FTP Virtual Directory.

Thanks,
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pcsmitpra earned 250 total points
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Please see :  LINK

It is a similar query , and its possible by use of coding VB script. You will get an idea.  
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Thanks.

I googled, but I didn't know what I was googling for, I guess.

The link was spot-on.
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