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Hi All,

A previous engineer put in a startup script that simply runs the below command (This is on a Microsoft domain running 2003 servers and XP clients.)

cacls "C:\Documents and Settings\All Users" /E /C /P "Power Users":R
But am I missing something or can this be simply done using group policy under

Computer Configuration /Windows Settings /Security Settings /File System

What reason would my predecessor use cacls rather than policy?

Cheers
 
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