Contributed by blackadder on Jun 13, 2002 at 16:22 UTC
Q&A  > directories


I have used File::Security and Win32::Perms to no avail (really) this is what I have finally tried, and still did not work. Can someone tell what am I doing wrong please.
use Win32::Perms; my $dir = new Win32::Perms('c:/temp') || return 0; $dir -> Remove('Everyone');

Answer: how do I remove a user or a group from a given directory?
contributed by Anonymous Monk

Use Cacls instead or insert $dir->Set(); after the last line.

Answer: how do I remove a user or a group from a given directory?
contributed by particle

see my answer to this problem at Re: Removing Permissions

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