Good morning all. I have a folder on a network share on a Win2K server. Domain users do not have any rights to the folder, but they have Read rights to the items in the folder (this works for a particular purpose we have).
I have a non-technical user who will be adding files to the folder (she has full control over the folder and all of its contents). I'd like to write a batch file (with Windows Script Host, perhaps??) that will modify the rights of the files in the folder for her, so that she doesn't have to do each one manually (she'll be adding files in batches).
The inherited rights of the items in the folder are:
Administrative User (full control)
Domain Admins (full control)
Recruiting (full control)
To each item, I need to add:
Domain Users (Read)
I can either completely replace the permissions on each file, or simply add the Domain Users global group security.
Well, I say "I can", but actually I "can't." I don't know how to write a batch file that will get at those security attributes on the files. Can anyone help me please? Thanks in advance...