2014-04-28 16:19 GMT+02:00 Joe B <email@example.com>:
Of course, the F permission is "Full Access" which I already have. I am
just showing what I have already tried.
How might I modify this statement to include "special permissions"?
Sorry, I can't help you further with the windows command line tools, as I
don't use them very often.
What you can try is to set the appropriate permissions on a file through
the GUI, and then run icacls on it without arguments. This should show you
the current file permissions per user, and can give you the info you need.
As far as I remember, icacls is good to manage the "generic" access
properties, but can also show information about extended metadata, which
might be what you need there.
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