XCACLS utility help
Date: Sat, 29 Jan 2005 12:20:52 +1100
I work in a school environment, and have taken over administration of the
school's servers. I have just created over 1000 users and their assosciated
I need to prevent users from deleting their own home folder (H:\<username>).
By default, when the folder is created, the user has this right.
Using XCACLS on a 2003 Server, what is the command to do this? I can ALLOW
each user the "special access" to DELETE the folder, but am unsure of the
switch to DENY the right. This is what I need to achieve:-
Denying the users the right to delete their home folder (but not
removing the "allow inheritable permissions" on the folder.
If I set the permissions using the GUI, and then run XCACLS, this is what is
Processed directory FRED
D:\Users\FRED MyServer\FRED:(DENY)(special access:)
I cannot seem to replicate that "DENY" part of the special access! What is
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