If you tell enough stories, perhaps the moral will show up.


SetACL for Command-Line Permissioning

SetACL looks like a saucy little alternative to approaches I've taken here before:
  • Unlike CACLS it uses a simple permission language -- no SDDL
  • Unlike CACLS and chmod(1) it works on services, registry keys, shares and printers
  • Unlike SubInACL it's not mental
I think I need to get familiar with this.....

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