Re: Reading folder's s users and roles
If you mean permissions for access control lists for files/folders you can
use xcacls.vbs to view and manage permissions. The link below explains the
syntax and how to get it. Also use xcacls.vbs /? to see the built in help
screen. --- Steve
"Logger" <Logger@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Is there a way to write a script that will read up a folders "User or
name and role/rights from the properties security section? This is from a
Windows 2000 Server system.
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