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Tip of the Day
Language: NT
Expertise: Beginner
Jul 8, 1999

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Changing NT 4.0 File Ownership

Question:
Is there any way to change the ownership of files and directories with scripts or programs?

Answer:
You can use the SubInAcl.exe file (included in the NT 4.0 Resource Kit) to set the owner. For example, in my local resource kit directory, I created a file (x.x) as admin, then set the owner of the file to a standard user on my domain:

D:\NT_ResKit>subinacl /file x.x /setowner=ljdomain\testuser
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