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icalcs command replacing xclacs command

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I migrated from a 2003 based Active directory to 2012 Active Directory. I have one scheduled task that will not run under the 2012 server. Please see attachment



I wish to change the xcalcs to icalcs and after reading several online commands, syntax's and examples I am still confused. What parameters should I use to get this working?
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What part were you confused about?  Equivalent for one of the lines of your .VBS is below.
"icacls" & strDrive & strCompName & " /t /grant mpiw\" & strCompName & "Site-User:rw /c"

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Thank You. I reversed analyzed your equivelance, I understand how it works now. I updated the task and it running sir.
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