I have an infected machine that has something running that has changed the attributes of a bunch of folders and files.

Need to run -s -r -h over folders and subfolders  | is there an easy way to script this out.
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Select a main folder and right click mouse button. Then choose Properties.

You will see a combo small boxes and check the options you wan and after that click Apply button:

Then you will get:

Select option in red rectangular and click OK. And then again OK.

This is a way how to fast enable Read only and Hidden attributes for files.
The script is too complicated and is no so fast.


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Windows Server 2003

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