Changing folder permissions without having to log in as Admin


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Guest

Hi,

I am wondering if there is a simple way to access the Folder Properties
dialog box, and specifically the Security Tab, from a users computer in order
to change the permissions of that folder without having to log in on my
administrators account?

Using CALCS has been suggested to me, but the syntax is difficult to
remember since I dont use it often. I was hoping there was something easier,
similar to the "runas" command perhaps?
 
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Bruce Chambers

LMan2121 said:
Hi,

I am wondering if there is a simple way to access the Folder Properties
dialog box, and specifically the Security Tab, from a users computer in order
to change the permissions of that folder without having to log in on my
administrators account?

Use someone else's administrator account?




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Guest

Thanks for the response. I am going to assume that there is no other way to
change folder permissions other than using CALCS or by loggin in as an admin.

My attempt was to limit the amount of time spent logged on to my machines as
an administrator.
 
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Shenan Stanley

LMan2121 said:
Thanks for the response. I am going to assume that there is no
other way to change folder permissions other than using CALCS or by
loggin in as an admin.

My attempt was to limit the amount of time spent logged on to my
machines as an administrator.
Remotely connect and change perms?
 

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