Chmod / chown in Windows?


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in Windows to make

chown-R user1:group2 ./

chmod-R 770 ./


?


alternative to chmod found: cacls but it curve some...

upd

Yes, you need it from the command line.

Or script any.
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icacls. /setowner user1 /T /C
icacls. /grant user1:F /grant group2:F /inheritance:r /T /C
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AFAIK, chmod from cygwin works exactly as it should. In fact, he, of course, change the ACL, but the syntax is familiar.
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cacls
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I just didn't work out with the help cacls to do recursive on files and directories access 770.
Maybe I something doing wrong... If you know how, write)
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Replace chown subinacl.exe from the Resource Toolkit from Microsoft. Not tried it myself, just notes lying around
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