AD Command help

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  • #43678
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    Suresh krishnan
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    Dear community
    I need your help , i need to add users in to security (not a member of but in security )in one of the ACL . I am having hard time to find a specific command to do this task . Could some one please help . Thanks

  • #43682
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    AK
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    This should help:

    http://ss64.com/nt/cacls.html

  • #43684
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    Suresh krishnan
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    Thanks AK :), is there a PowerShell way of doing this 🙂 I am able to retrieve the permission with this command but now I need to add users to the security group .

    set-location AD:
    (get-acl (get-ADGroup someexamplegroup).DistinguishedName).access | ft IdentityReference,AccessControlType,ActiveDirectoryRights -AutoSize
  • #43686
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    AK
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    For adding users to a group you'd use add-adgroupmember... What are you trying to accomplish? Could you describe it start to finish?

    • #43688
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      Suresh krishnan
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      Basically i need to add few users in to security properties of the AD Group .

  • #43690
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    AK
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    this should do it:
    dsacls (get-ADGroup someexamplegroup).DistinguishedName /G "domain\username:GA"

    • This reply was modified 5 months, 3 weeks ago by Profile photo of AK AK.
  • #43712
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    Don Jones
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    And as a note, both Cacls and Dsacls are perfectly fine in PowerShell. I use them all the time.

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