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Default Change SecurityDescriptor of Folder from Client

Has anybody experience changing the access rights (Security Descriptor), in Visual Basic, of a file or folder situated on a server whilst running the application on a client computer?
I seem to be having authorization problems!
The application executes correctly whilst running on the server, but if I try to run it remotely it bypasses all changes to the Security Descriptor without actually acquiring any errors.
To change the contents of the Security Descriptor (DACL) I make use of WMI.






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