The Microsoft Knowledge Base article "How to Automate Folder Permissions" recommends creating three files: Addperm.cmd, Addperm2.cmd and Yes.txt.
As you know or can guess if you've used the cacls command, Yes.txt contains just the letter "y" and is piped or redirected to cacls:
cacls %1\%2 /T /G Administrators:F MUG2000\%2:C "MUG2000\Domain Admins":F <\yes.txtWhat gave me a chuckle was the line "The third file is a little more difficult" in the directions, which I've abbreviated here:
(17 lines of script code here)
(6 lines of script code here)
The third file is a little more difficult.
Open a command prompt (Cmd.exe) and change directories to the root directory of the drive to which you have saved the other two files.
Type the following:
COPY CON YES.TXT
This creates a text file with the Y and ENTER needed to automate the CACLS command.
It's funny, but I can't argue with them too much. What's the alternative? A gray box with the single letter "y" in it?