Managing File and Folder Permissions Through the Command Line Utility
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This article describes how to use the command line utility to take ownership of all files and subdirectories in a folder, and to grant the Administrators group Full Control of these objects.
- Start a command prompt.
- To set ownership of a folder and all of its contents, run the following command:
subinacl /subdirectories *.* /setowner=domainname\user
- To grant the Administrators group Full Control permissions to the folder and its contents, run the following command:
cacls *.* /t /e /g domainname\administrator:f
Article ID: 288292 - Last Review: 12/06/2015 00:26:04 - Revision: 1.1
Microsoft Windows NT Server 4.0 Standard Edition
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