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May 19 2014   1:00PM GMT

Share Permissions – setting deny

Richard Siddaway Richard Siddaway Profile: Richard Siddaway

Tags:
CIM
WMI

The last change to the share permissions functions to modify the Set-SharePermissions functions to enable the application of Deny permissions.

The function becomes:

#requires -Version 3.0

function Set-SharePermission {

[CmdletBinding()]

param (

[Parameter(Mandatory=$true)]

[string]$sharename,

[string]$domain = $env:COMPUTERNAME,

[Parameter(Mandatory=$true)]

[string]$trusteeName,

[Parameter(Mandatory=$true)]

[ValidateSet(“Read”, “Change”, “FullControl”)]

[string]$permission = “Read”,

[string]$computername = $env:COMPUTERNAME,

[parameter(ParameterSetName=”AllowPerm”)]

[switch]$allow,

[parameter(ParameterSetName=”DenyPerm”)]

[switch]$deny

)

switch ($permission) {

‘Read’ {$accessmask = 1179817}

‘Change’ {$accessmask = 1245631}

‘FullControl’ {$accessmask = 2032127}

}

$tclass = [wmiclass]”\\$computername\root\cimv2:Win32_Trustee”

$trustee = $tclass.CreateInstance()

$trustee.Domain = $domain

$trustee.Name = $trusteeName

$aclass = [wmiclass]”\\$computername\root\cimv2:Win32_ACE”

$ace = $aclass.CreateInstance()

$ace.AccessMask = $accessmask

switch ($psCmdlet.ParameterSetName) {

“AllowPerm” {$ace.AceType = 0}

“DenyPerm” {$ace.AceType = 1}

default {Write-Host “Error!!! Should not be here” }

}

$ace.Trustee = $trustee

$shss = Get-WmiObject -Class Win32_LogicalShareSecuritySetting -Filter “Name=’$sharename'” -ComputerName $computername

$sd = Invoke-WmiMethod -InputObject $shss -Name GetSecurityDescriptor |

select -ExpandProperty Descriptor

$sclass = [wmiclass]”\\$computername\root\cimv2:Win32_SecurityDescriptor”

$newsd = $sclass.CreateInstance()

$newsd.ControlFlags = $sd.ControlFlags

foreach ($oace in $sd.DACL){

if (($oace.Trustee.Name -eq $trusteeName) -AND ($oace.Trustee.Domain -eq $domain) ) {

continue

}

else

{

$newsd.DACL += $oace

}

}

$newsd.DACL += $ace

$share = Get-WmiObject -Class Win32_LogicalShareSecuritySetting -Filter “Name=’$sharename'” -ComputerName $computername

$share.SetSecurityDescriptor($newsd)

} # end function

The changes are to add two switches –allow & –deny. Put them in different parametersets to ensure mutual exclusivity.

As you are using parametersets you can use a switch based on the parameterset name to set the ACE type.

switch ($psCmdlet.ParameterSetName) {

“AllowPerm” {$ace.AceType = 0}

“DenyPerm” {$ace.AceType = 1}

default {Write-Host “Error!!! Should not be here” }

}

Everything else remains the same.

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