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    Sims permissions bat file

    Any one got a copy of this or can postbthe contains on here for me please.

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    .bat file for persmissions? what persmissions mate :-) and i see if i can help you

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    do you mean simsprem.bat?

    You can find it inside your sims setup directory

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    That's the one and we don't have it on the sims server. We Have a problem printing. They have full control to local sims folder but it don't work. Add user to local admin group works. It uses a part of the old novat for printing reports and timetables.

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    Here is the code, just make your batch file with this
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    @Mark,

    I have PM'd you the .bat code as i dont really want to post it just incase not supposed to.

    James.

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    ok silly question, I have made the bat file, when i run it i get this
    Usage simsperm [domain]\<username> or simsperm [domain]\<user group>"

    I have tried putting in the our domain and user group but it doesnt appear to run.

    Mark

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    Quote Originally Posted by ful56_uk View Post
    ok silly question, I have made the bat file, when i run it i get this
    Usage simsperm [domain]\<username> or simsperm [domain]\<user group>"

    I have tried putting in the our domain and user group but it doesnt appear to run.

    Mark
    This is probably a stuipd reply, but it has happend in the past and it has stopped it working.

    Are you using the FQDN or the Net Bios Name?

    it should be

    domain\username rather then what some people do and domain.internal\username

    worth an ask just incase

    James.

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    why not just use active directory to give the permissions out rather than a batch file?

    i believe it also sets permissions on some reg keys as well possibly why it works as admin

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    Syntax should be SIMSPerm.bat domainname\groupname

    Don't mess around editing the batch file itself - run it with the switch.

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    We have a few computers that are shared between a few members of staff

    do i have to run sims perm for each member of staff?

    if i do is there any way to run sims perm for multiple users at once?

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    You run it per computer as a startup script. this may help - Overview of Logon, Logoff, Startup, and Shutdown Scripts in Windows 2000

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    This file is useless if you have an RM network btw, as all group names in the RM system are preceeded by RM (and a blank space) and when run the file will only accept string input up to the first space!! So ours (RM Teaching Staff) doesn't work

    We havent had the problem you describe though :s

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    Our Users are limited users so it would not work?? as the simsperm would need to be run as an admin or have i got this wrong?

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    SIMSPerm is to be run after install of the SIMS program. It needs to be done with admin rights as its changing permissions on folders

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