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Way for setting security/shares access to dir

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MadBoy

Hey, i need to convert some batch file which uses disk mapping and setting security rights for dir (reading/modying/etc). Would you guys be so nice and shoot me some 'ideas' :o

Tnx


My little company: Evotec (PL version: Evotec)

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Hey, i need to convert some batch file which uses disk mapping and setting security rights for dir (reading/modying/etc). Would you guys be so nice and shoot me some 'ideas' :o

Tnx

The command line utility CACLS may work for your security rights issues. Mapping was discussed in quite a few posts in the last day or so.

Post your batch files and maybe we can suggest something.

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MadBoy

The command line utility CACLS may work for your security rights issues. Mapping was discussed in quite a few posts in the last day or so.

Post your batch files and maybe we can suggest something.

Nah i can write the code by myself just thougth AutoIt has some function BuiltIn. I used RMTSHARE.EXE as command line utility but it changes shares not the security rights (and i believe dir access control should be taken thru security rights and not by share rights). But i also found, just sec ago, program called SetACL. It seems to be the one i need, just gotta figure it out. Newest version has COM support so must be useful for more ppl then just me :o Edited by MadBoy

My little company: Evotec (PL version: Evotec)

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