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Default Change folder DACLs

Dear guru:

I need a script in C# to change DACLs on Directories, from a WebAplication, ASAP, for net framework 1.1 I know there is in System.Directory.SetAccessControl (something like) in Net Framework 2.0 but I need it for 1.1.

I tried to run the command cacls.exe which come with windows. Using Process.Start("cacls.exe",@"\\netmachine\Dir /t /e /c /g Group:f"). Maybe you could help with this other approach, maybe I can not launch it from a WebApplication. Since it seems it is not working. Please, email me to:

rortega ATCHAR vertice.cu

Since I have no intenet access, to come to this site again.



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