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using script to create share and permission for folders in Windows 2008 server.

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I need to create a lot of folders in a WIN2K8 server volume and plan to use a script.  

Previously, I use "netshare" to create shares, "cacls" to assign domain accounts to folders, and "subinacl /subdirectories /setowner" command to assign ownership to the folders.

Will the above commands still valid in WIN2K8?  I will use a cmd script as I am not good in VB.

Please advise.  Thanks.
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Hello, I think its ICACLS in Server 2008 and NET SHARE is still the same.

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Hi
If it is VB script , we can use File system objcet concept
By creating File system object , we can create folders during runtime,
ex
set fso = createobject("scripting.filesystemobject")
fso.createfolder "Path of folder need to create"
set fso = nothing
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Thanks.
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