In this image, I represented the system permissions of the C and D partitions:

Using the Icacls command of Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit, how do I change/add the permissions of the "Authenticated Users" user in the D:\ directory to coincide with those of the C:\ system directory?


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In all the options above "user" can be a UserName or a Workgroup (either local or global)

You can specify more than one user:permission in a single command. Wildcards can be used to specify multiple files.

If a UserName or WGname includes spaces then it must be surrounded with quotes e.g. "Authenticated Users"

If no options are specified CACLS will display the ACLs for the file(s)

Setting Deny permission (/D) will deny access to a user even if they also belong to a group that grants access.


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Answered 09/13/2010 by: chrisadam11
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