File Permissions Issue

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pawan posted this 4 weeks ago

Hello guys,
I forgot , how to setup a scenario like I have now. Sorry Its related to security not AD.
User want to get access on parent and sub folder and files.We have allowed modify access to parent folder , sub folder and files but inheritance is disabled on subfolders and files under it.Due to that user is unable to get access on all files.
There is a option in which i need to go to each subfolders and assign permission which is not feasible.
Plz let me know if you have done something like this. By script of other tool.
Regards,Pwnkmr

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kurtbuff posted this 4 weeks ago

Using the GUI - right mouse click on the directory in question.
Click on the Security tab.
Click on the Advanced button.
Mark the checkbox that says "Replace all child permissions..."
Click OK.
Done.

This assumes that the permissions at the top of the directory are as
wanted all the way down. If they arren't, you'll need to icacls or a
third party tool to apply the permissions more carefully.

I happen to like FileACLfor this:
https://am.net/lib/TOOLS/AM/fileacl.2.8.0.3.htm

Kurt

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pawan posted this 4 weeks ago

Yes, icals is the option but replacing permission to all child object through gui is not possible as i don't want to remove the existing permission.
Can you suggest me the switch will be used to give access on all sub folder without affecting existing permission
Rgds,Pwnkmr
On May 1, 2017 9:02 PM, "Kurt Buff" <kurt.buff@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Using the GUI - right mouse click on the directory in question.


Click on the Security tab.


Click on the Advanced button.


Mark the checkbox that says "Replace all child permissions..."


Click OK.


Done.



This assumes that the permissions at the top of the directory are as


wanted all the way down. If they arren't, you'll need to icacls or a


third party tool to apply the permissions more carefully.



I happen to like FileACLfor this:


https://am.net/lib/TOOLS/AM/fileacl.2.8.0.3.htm



Kurt


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OrionWithrow posted this 4 weeks ago

ICACLS not icals
See TechNet for syntax assistance: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc753525(v=ws.11).aspx
On May 1, 2017, at 11:56 AM, PAWAN KUMAR <pwnkmr42@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Yes, icals is the option but replacing permission to all child object through gui is not possible as i don't want to remove the existing permission.
Can you suggest me the switch will be used to give access on all sub folder without affecting existing permission
Rgds,Pwnkmr
On May 1, 2017 9:02 PM, "Kurt Buff" <kurt.buff@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Using the GUI - right mouse click on the directory in question.


Click on the Security tab.


Click on the Advanced button.


Mark the checkbox that says "Replace all child permissions..."


Click OK.


Done.





This assumes that the permissions at the top of the directory are as


wanted all the way down. If they arren't, you'll need to icacls or a


third party tool to apply the permissions more carefully.





I happen to like FileACLfor this:


https://am.net/lib/TOOLS/AM/fileacl.2.8.0.3.htm





Kurt





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