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I am having issues with permissions and I got this cmd from a different user and it doesnt seem to work to help give me full control how do I do that

I am logged in as the adminstrator so I typed CACLS "D:\Documents and Settings\Lynn\My Documents*.* /e /g:Adminstrator F /s and I get the filename, directory name or volume label syntax is incorrect

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See sourceforge.net/u/gavenkoa/utils/ci/tip/tree/win/uac for solution. –  gavenkoa Nov 3 '11 at 22:06
    
See superuser.com/questions/353739/… for some related issue. –  gavenkoa Nov 3 '11 at 22:06
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CACLS "D:\Documents and Settings\Lynn\My Documents*.* /e /g:Adminstrator F /s

Your command (above) is missing a backslash.

Make sure D: is the correct drive letter for the mounted drive, of course. Also, I believe there should be a colon between the user (Administrator) and the new permission (F).

So, something like this might work?

CACLS "D:\Documents and Settings\Lynn\My Documents*.* /e /g:Adminstrator:F /s

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still getting the same issue, I think I am just going to give up –  Anders Oct 21 '11 at 18:40
    
weird ... just noticed that Superuser removed the backslash I added to the command above ... anyway, the issue might be w/ your path. your command correctly includes a beginning quotation, but I'm not seeing an ending quotation (which should be at teh end of the path but before the cmd line arguments) –  Garrett Oct 21 '11 at 18:59
    
definitely don't give up! you're so close to a resolution, it would be a shame to give up now. –  Garrett Oct 21 '11 at 19:00
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You can use my scripts for automating this task:

https://sourceforge.net/u/gavenkoa/utils/ci/tip/tree/win/uac/

Put both script to directory and run uac.js.

For all hierarchy belong this directory scripts restore ownership and grand full access for All.

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