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How to setting file permissions on a folder using group policy?

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The setting is located under Computer Configuration, Windows Settings, Security Settings, File System. Here's the procedure:
Go to the location in the Group Policy listed above.
Right-click File System.
Click Add File.
In the "Add a file or folder" window, select the folder (or file) for which you want the permissions to be set, and click OK.
In the security box that pops up, you can add a user or a group that needs permission to the folder.

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