Add or Remove NTFS Permissions via Command Line
One neat feature of scripting is the ability to make changes to a large number of objects at one time. The script below shows how to modify the NTFS permissions on a folder from the command prompt. Copy and paste the command a bunch of times and you’ve got your automation! I suggest using CACLS /? to look up each of the parameters before using to ensure you are not replacing certain required permissions. Place the code in a *.CMD file to execute.
@ECHO OFF REM Remove EngineeringTeam access from the directory CACLS "C:\Program Files\Adobe" /T /E /R EngineeringTeam REM Give change access to the EngineeringTeam group CACLS "C:\Program Files\Adobe" /T /E /G EngineeringTeam:C