How to Change NTFS file folder permision From Remotely or By Group polices.

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Active Directory
File permission
Group Policy
NTFS
NTFS permissions
USB security
Windows Server 2003
Hi All, I have near about 100 system in a Active Directory Domain network . and this all 100 system use in near about 150 user in deferent time . And they Save there data in Local system as well as in File server share folder. I have given right for network share folder NTFS Permision to access only there data with read write permission and Manager user permission is set to Read only. for all user and is fine. But I have problem with all 100 system local data that the user save in local system and want to set permission on all system to access only his data and deny all and also want to remove system permission from file usbflash.inf and usbflash.pnp . I was change this file permission setting manually on almost 20 system but i want any solussion automation or bat file that change folder and file permission at a time on all 100 system . Can any body help me how can i change NTFS Permision by batch file or Group police . Regarding , Sandeep.

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The Command line command is CACLS.

To remove users from the security settings of a file use.
CACLS filename /R users

To add Full user access to a file use.
CACLS filename /G user:F

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