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Local File Rights Policy

I've created a test policy that set permissions on a number of files/folders. It runs successfully if the PC has all the folders on it but if one of the folders is missing it comes back as failed and doesn't seem to process the permissions on the folders that do exist. Is this by design or does anyone know a workaround?
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Re: Local File Rights Policy

Even if it is by design, I would consider this a bug.

Personally, I would recommend using CACLS in lieu of a policy in most cases.

Policies would re-apply every time and create quite a bit of overhead.
CACLS could be pushed out via a bundle and run just once.



On 6/9/2010 12:16 PM, kevinorritt wrote:
>
> I've created a test policy that set permissions on a number of
> files/folders. It runs successfully if the PC has all the folders on it
> but if one of the folders is missing it comes back as failed and doesn't
> seem to process the permissions on the folders that do exist. Is this by
> design or does anyone know a workaround?
>
>



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