How to set NTFS permissions for a folder to deny access for all but one

Hi.

I need to disable access to certain folder for all user and groups except one user or group.
For example - folder "MyFolder", I need:
Administrators group = deny all access
Users group = deny all access
Trusted Installed = deny all access
(this line is optional) system = deny all access
MySpecialGroup group = enable all access

Optionally, instead of last line could be this line:
MySpecialUser user = enable all access

So, I'm ok with any of two - enable access for one particular group or for one particular user.

Is it possible to do on Windows 7/Server 2008/2012 ?
I mean - Windows 7 Ultimate or Enterprise. Windows server 2008 R2 or Server 2012.

Thank you in advance.
Dmitry_BondAsked:
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strivoliCommented:
Just clear all ACLs entries and add the SpecialGroup or the SpecialUser.
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Sumit GuptaSystem and Virtualization EngineerCommented:
Everyone: Uncheck all boxes
Your user: Check "Full control"
Remove any other user/Groups.
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Dmitry_BondAuthor Commented:
Ok.
Is it possible to do it with standard cmdline (or maybe - with SysInternals tools)? Without PowerShell or other 3rd party tools?
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Sumit GuptaSystem and Virtualization EngineerCommented:
This is how you grant John full control over D:\test folder and all its subfolders:

C:>icacls "D:\test" /grant John:(OI)(CI)F

According do MS documentation:

F= Full Control
CI= Container Inherit - This flag indicates that subordinate containers will inherit this ACE.
OI= Object Inherit - This flag indicates that subordinate files will inherit the ACE.

For more details with examples here is the link from Microsoft:

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/2009.07.geekofalltrades.aspx
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strivoliCommented:
Sure you can do it with a standard cmdline. Can't you use the simplest method: the GUI?
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Dmitry_BondAuthor Commented:
It works. Thanks.
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