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The code works only if unwanted permission exist only in Sub3 .I need exact same user permission as like F:\correct for F:\new\sub 1\sub2\sub . But if any un-needed permission have access to it previous folder,or parent folder, the un-wanted permissions doesn't get removed.
$acl= get-acl F:\correct # correct folder permission. $files= get-childItem F:\new\sub 1\sub2\sub 3|set-acl -aclobject $acl
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