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iCacls help setting permissions for single user to an empty folder wuth "This folder, subfolders and files" set

Posted on 2013-06-06
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I used to use cacls to set permissions on my users roaming profile directories with this line:
cacls W:\Folder\Folder1 /T /E /G "Domain\USERID":C
This would grant the user CHANGE permissions to the folder and would inherit down to any new folders

Trying to use iCacls I am trying:
icacls W:\Folder\Folder1 /grant:r DOMAIN\USERID:M /C /T

It sets the permissions for the user to the folder but for "This folder only"

How do I type the command to make sure it sets the permissions for "This folder, subfolders and files"
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finally figured it out
W:\Folder\Folder1 /grant:r DOMAIN\USERID:(OI)(CI)M /C /T
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