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Powershell script to create user share on a file server

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looking for a powershell script to do the following

1. create a home share for a user

such as \\fileserver\users\jsmith

2. Provide the following permission

full access to domain admin
Read/write/modify for the user
remove everyone group
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Question by:ARM2009
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Use windows explorer to create a folder on the hard disk. In this example, the folder is named Home.
Share the home folder with full control share permissions for the everyone group.
To do so, right-click the folder, click properties, click the sharing tab,
Click share this folder, and click OK.
Check this KB for detail info : http://support.microsoft.com/kb/298403
Start the Active Directory Users and Computers snap-in.
Locate the user account for which you want to set up the home folder. By default, all users are in the Users container.
Right-click the user account for which you want to specify a home folder, click properties click the Profile tab, click Connect, specify a drive letter, type a path in the To box, and then click OK.
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by:ARM2009
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checking and testing to see if link provided by

 VirastaR
Milind Koyande

helps... will post results shortly.
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