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Possible to Assign Security Groups via Powershell?
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Possible to Assign Security Groups via Powershell?

I am wondering if the new versions allow folder security default groups to be set via powershell yet.

I have a hierarchy of several thousand customer folders each containing 16 or so sub folders.  I would like to change the default security at each sub folder level using 2 different security groups.  One group should have read of the connections and the 2nd group should have full control (i.e. the ability to create new connections in the folder).

Manually doing this trough the UI will take many hours so I am looking for a way to script this.  Thanks for any help.
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It is currently not possible via Powershell - but if you do not plan to assign different security groups you can use MultiEdit for this operation
Regards/Gruss
Oliver
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(06-06-2017, 08:16 AM)DevOma Wrote: It is currently not possible via Powershell - but if you do not plan to assign different security groups you can use MultiEdit for this operation

Unfortunately the groups are different for each of the 16 sub folders and I need to do it under each customer Sad
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Try to add it in PS-API asap...
Regards/Gruss
Oliver
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