Folders permission

I have a server with a folder called Content with multiple folders inside named after the productIDs.

It has a structure like this:

Content
      Product_A
      HTML
      Index

      ProductID_B
      HTML
      Index
           ... etc

Is it possible to assign read/write permissions to the HTML sub-folders only.

Thanks
Antonio
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stu29Commented:
Questions:

Is this a share accessed across the network?
Do you want the rest of the folders to be read only?

If so

Create your Security Group

Share Permissions: Group=Full Control
NTFS Permissions: Group=Read Only
Make sure you leave inheritable permissions on.

On each HTML folder
Remove the inheritable permission check box under advanced.  Let is copy the existing permission.
Change your group permission to Modify (or read/write)

You should be done.  The mix of Share and NTFS permissions will effectivly apply the most restrictive.  So Share (Full) and HTML (Modify) = Modify effective.
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SandeshdubeySenior Server EngineerCommented:
You need enusre that inheritance is not enabled on HTML folder and assign the permission as per requierement.
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Duke001Author Commented:
Hi all,

I was thinking about something (scripting or powershell kind of thing) which I could run as a batch otherwise I need to visit each sub folder "HTML" individually and that is precisely what I would like to avoid.

Thanks
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