Re: XCACLS and Home Folder?

From: Greg M. Topf (greg@nospam.here)
Date: 05/15/02


From: "Greg M. Topf" <greg@nospam.here>
Date: Wed, 15 May 2002 10:13:36 -0400


Yes, and that really doesnt help me with how to deny a specific group....I
see grant....

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Greg M. Topf
MCSE, CCNA
greg@nospam.gregsapartment.com
"x y" <jamescagney90210@excite.com> wrote in message
news:#FNZrZA$BHA.2308@tkmsftngp02...
> I'm sure in your studies to become MCSE and CCNA you must have run across
> the /? switch ?
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> "x y" <jamescagney90210@excite.com> wrote in message
> news:uFlxD$6#BHA.1680@tkmsftngp04...
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> > "Greg M. Topf" <greg@nospam.here> 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
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