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Command line: create Windows  share and grant rights

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Hi,

I'd need to create a Windows  share named which foldername is deploymentshare, the sharename should be deploymentshare$ (hidden share), only domain admins should have full access + the local administrator of the machine on which the share is.

I know it is something with net share /grant then set calcs ...?

Please advise howto.
J.
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net share deploymentshare$=f:\foldername /grant:everyone:f 
echo y|cacls f:\foldername /g "domain\domain admins":f

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Happy to help - thanx for the grade! :^)
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