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Adding NTFS Permissions for files that a different user has ownership of

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I'm looking for a script that will add user NTFS permissions whenever a different user has ownership of files located in a specific directory.

For example:

For each file in directory J:\folder that user "Domain\UserName" is the owner of, add user "Domain\NewUser" with read/write permission.

I'm not sure how much it matters, but the server is 2003 R2.
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