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    Is there a simple way to set permissions on staff folders?

    I want to bulk set all the staff folders to have security permissions to the staff member the folder belongs to?

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    I've used this previously - NTFSFix. Should be enough information on the page to help you.

    Michael

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    This will do the trick. will assign the name of the folder full control, Administrators full control, Domain Admins Full control, teaching staff read but easily modify.

    Code:
    for /d %%1 in (*) do echo y|cacls %%1 /t /g %%1:F administrators:f "manage student data":f "domain admins":f system:f "teaching staff":r

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    NTFSFix is just what i needed! Thanks V much

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