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How can I make a read-only Windows file read+write for Everyone from the command line. I searched CACLS but the examples aren't great.

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up vote 7 down vote accepted

The attrib command:

here is an example

attrib -r file.txt

This would remove the read-only attribute from the file called file.txt

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