Summary: I’m trying to script removing the modify permission of a particular folder (or file) for the "NT AUTHORITYAuthenticated Users" group, across multiple machines (actually as part of a file deployment script). I have some code that attempts to do this, but it is not working as expected. Context: The script copies down a file ..
I try to give full access to normal users by using this script. This PowerShell script is perfectly working in My machine. But it is not working in Other machines. Below mentioned powershell script. $key = [Microsoft.Win32.Registry]::LocalMachine.OpenSubKey("SOFTWAREWow6432NodeUnicorn",[Microsoft.Win32.RegistryKeyPermissionCheck]::ReadWriteSubTree,[System.Security.AccessControl.RegistryRights]::ChangePermissions) $acl = $key.GetAccessControl() $rule = New-Object System.Security.AccessControl.RegistryAccessRule (".USERS","FullControl",@("ObjectInherit","ContainerInherit"),"None","Allow") $acl.SetAccessRule($rule) $key.SetAccessControl($acl) Write-Host "Successfully set permission to PM Registry!" Here ..
I have a directory structure like this: dir1 -> dir2 -> dir3 -> dir4 dir2 is inside directory dir1, dir3 is inside directory dir2 etc. ‘dir1’ has its own set of DACL. They are explicit. Inheritance is enabled on DACLs of ‘dir1’ – (OI) and (CI). In same way inheritance is enabled on directories dir2, ..
I am using Windows Installer to install a Windows 10 workstation application to the Program Files folder. The application is being installed for all users. In the folder structure that is created during the installation, I want to change the access rights of one of the subfolders to include write privileges in the folder for ..
I am working on a project in a highly siloed large organisation where access control functions are restricted. The project is to essentially update the permissions across a huge number of Windows NAS shared folders – applying ACLs to a very deep folder structure and propagating said changes throughout via inheritence. Everything I know about ..
Any help would be really appreciated. After attaching a ebs volume on windows ec2 instance the new Drive is getting created with default built in users/grops permissions. Want to remove those default permissions from the drive. I’m Unable to remove default user/group from that drive or set ACL on a windows Drive using Ansible windows ..
When creating an ACE for a folder in Windows with advanced permission you can mark "Delete" and "Delete subfolders and files" options. As I understand the difference is that the first applies to the folder, which ACE I am creating, and the second to all objects it contains. But why do we have these two ..
How to deny the user to add new ‘User’ or ‘Group’ for a file in ACL Hi everyone, I want to use C# to forbit the user to add other ‘Group’ or ‘User’ as the picture, I cannot find any interface to do that, If I cannot disable this operation, Can I disable the ‘FileSystemRights’ ..
Considering this is my first post EVER on stackoverflow, and quite new to PowerShell; I would request you all to be a bit gentle with your replies. I am trying to get the contents modified between a date range for a HUGE production server. I want the contents to be exported to a .csv file ..
I have to do the following assignment. Any inputs how to begin or work on the same. As it’s windows 2000 which i don’t have so can’t try this hands on. Somehow logically need to get this. What does drawing an acl means. Any hints to solve it logically ? Source: Windows..