I a batch file that fix permissions in ALL the Tree of a docomentum storage. it sits in a UNC operation directory.
goSetPriv.bat @echo off set /a _cnt=0 set _docdir="UNC_DCTM_PATH_TO_SCAN\*" if (%1) NEQ () set _docdir="%*" set _start=%date:~4,10% %time% pushd UNC_OF_OP_DIR FOR /D %%I in (%_docdir%) DO ( icacls %%I /grant:r ssis_admin:R /inheritance:e > nul call :counter ) ...... counter: ......
When I run goSetPriv as a scheduled task (Higest privileges , Windows 7 Server 2008R2) PROGRAM: \O:\goSetPriv.bat
It runs quickly over all the parent directories without changing their permissions of the sub-directories and files within them. When I run the batch without straight from cmd (i.e O:>goSetPriv.bat) it does the job slowly changing all the sub-folders and files within the all the parent directories.
Where is the problem ?