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    Set permissions via GPO

    I am deploying a piece of software via Group Policy to a set of machines in an OU.

    After the software is deployed - to use it the user needs full control of one of the folders it creates.

    I thought about using another GPO and use Computer configuration>Policies>Windows Settings>Security Settings>File System to set the permissions.
    How do I make sure this would run after the GPO that actually installs the software?

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    Couple thoughts....

    GPO order (which can be set)... Also

    Isn't the software GPO based on PC and the permission one based on user?

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