Re: XCACLS and Home Folder?
From: Greg M. Topf (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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From: "Greg M. Topf" <email@example.com> Date: Wed, 15 May 2002 07:29:22 -0400
So how do I go about denying a group access?
For example, I have a group named users, how do I deny it full control, but
leave the rest of the permissions intact?
-- Greg M. Topf MCSE, CCNA firstname.lastname@example.org "x y" <email@example.com> wrote in message news:uFlxD$6#BHA.1680@tkmsftngp04... > > > "Greg M. Topf" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message > news:uiDFhC4#BHA.1696@tkmsftngp05... > > Ill ask the question I asked earlier... > > Can you throw me a more detailed syntax? > > CACLS /? should tell you all you need to know. > > CACLS /T /E /C /G domain\users:f > > /t = subdirectories included in the changes > /e = edit the existing permissions [default is to replace them] > /c = continue if an error occurs > /g = grant > /r = revoke > >