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WinXP and Command line

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The questions is: is it possible to rewrite local politics for groups and users using command line? I mean I need to allow or deny access to different folders, or files from the command line. Thanks for help

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by curlergirl In reply to WinXP and Command line

The command line utility for setting/changing NTFS file and folder permissions is "cacls". If you type cacls at the command prompt by itself and press Enter, you get a list of valid switches, etc. I'm not sure about local politics in your area. . .;-) (If you meant local "policies", then this does not affect policies at all, only the file and folder permissions in the NTFS file system itself.) Hope this helps!

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