Re: Create folders
Date: Wed, 20 Oct 2004 17:13:33 -0500
Your home folders task is not something you can do with a GPO. You can use
the md command to create directories, and the xcacls or cacls utilities to
set the permissions on them from the command line.
You can log a user off with the shutdown command line tool. You cannot
automatically log them back in - they need to press Ctrl Alt Del and login.
Windows Server MVP
"Gil" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> 1. I have on the AD a OU with 200 users. I want to automaticlly create
> folders with the name of the user on one of my servers. How can I do it ?
> can do it with GPO and a script. Can somone give me the correct syntax of
> the commands ???
> 2. In case I can edit the permissions of the new folder with a command it
> will GREAT ! How can I do it ?
> 3. What is the command line to do a log-off and then a login for the user
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