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SubInACL – Complete solution to configure security permission

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SubInACL is a tiny tool from Microsoft for performing permission management on folders, files, registries, services, and other objects. It was released as one of the tools in Windows Resource Kits. It is very powerful and practical, and much more powerful than cacls and its replacement, icacls. It is considered to be an edge tool for setting access permissions, suitable for professionals such as programmers and administrators.

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