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I saw that I can use icacls to find all files matching a SID, but how do I find all files that DO NOT have access for SYSTEM user? ICACLS name /findsid Sid [/T] [/C] [/L] [/Q] finds all matching ...
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How to remove read-only attribute recursively on Windows 7

I need to remove read-only attributes of all files under a directory recursively on Windows 7 using command line. I think one can do this using icacls but I couldn't figure exactly how to do it. ...
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Why would the NTFS ACL utility `icacls` alter the system partition behind the scene?

I attached an hdd to my win7 machine and assigned the drive letter I: to the only partition on the hdd. The hdd was originally from another computer, and to avoid all those "you don't currently have ...
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ACL mess after rsync on Windows 2008

The permissions in the ACL are not in the right order on some files and directories after having used rsync to synchronize directory trees. The stuff works well as it is on Windows 2003. Can someone ...