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I wanted to create a folder, then add a user to it and assign modify permissions. I can of course create the directory on the server but can't figure out how to add a user under the security tab and assign modify permissions. Has any one done this or now of how to accomplish this task. I have adfunctions and looked at Net Share but nothing seems to help on how this could be done.

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I wanted to create a folder, then add a user to it and assign modify permissions. I can of course create the directory on the server but can't figure out how to add a user under the security tab and assign modify permissions. Has any one done this or now of how to accomplish this task. I have adfunctions and looked at Net Share but nothing seems to help on how this could be done.

thanks

Anybody have anything on this?

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I would use SetACL for that.

..and I am sure you know already you should be patient and not bump post this quickly.

I didn't mean for it to be too quickly. Anyway, I don't see anyting for Set ACL. Do you have an example script or something that might work as you are saying?


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I didn't mean for it to be too quickly. Anyway, I don't see anyting for Set ACL. Do you have an example script or something that might work as you are saying?

ACL = Access Control List.

You will need to google it, or search the forums for examples on how to access and set an ACL.

Thanks,

Jarvis


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