How to remove "full control" and "modify" rights from home directories?

I have a folder containing users' home directories that I want to remove "Modify" and "Full Control" from each user's rights.  I have a file of all the usernames, but I need to know the proper syntax for icacls.  I think it would be something like this...

icacls  t:\users\my.user\*.*  /remove:F /remove:M my.user /T

Would this be correct?
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icacls  t:\users\my.user  /remove:g my.user /T

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BrianAuthor Commented:
I believe /remove:g removes all rights.  Ended up using /grant:r and replacing the rights.
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