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  • automate Local admin taking OWNERSHIP (Dumber:shortend title)

    Again, this relates to my scripting question below.

    I would like to script a command that would allow my local admin group on my server to take ownership of all files and folders. Then I will use XCACLS to push list rights fdown the entire structure. (I can't push those rights unless I own the files and folders.)

    I thought about using filewoners.pl, but I do not have the wmi.pm piece of the win2k resource kit supplement to use this approach.

    Any ideas?

    Thanks,
    Jessica

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    Re: automate Local admin taking OWNERSHIP (Dumber:shortend url)

    ever used

    See the third url
    http://www.google.nl/search?hl=nl&q=...ship+Vbs&meta=
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      Re: automate Local admin taking OWNERSHIP (Dumber:shortend title)

      Ever heard of decorum?

      I googled before I came here!

      The third link doesn't make sense to me. I have so little experience scripting. I need something that is written out in steps and explained.

      The third link gives me no direction on what folder this should be run from or an understanding of the syntax.

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        Re: automate Local admin taking OWNERSHIP (Dumber:shortend title)

        I usedstood the third link well enough. This is a scripting forum where you posted and the link was to a scripting site with an example of EXACTLY what you want to do.

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