Deprecated, use ICACLS instead.
Shows or changes discretionary access control lists (DACLs).
$ cacls /? NOTE: Cacls is now deprecated, please use Icacls. Displays or modifies access control lists (ACLs) of files CACLS filename [/T] [/M] [/L] [/S[:SDDL]] [/E] [/C] [/G user:perm] [/R user [...]] [/P user:perm [...]] [/D user [...]] filename Displays ACLs. /T Changes ACLs of specified files in the current directory and all subdirectories. /L Work on the Symbolic Link itself versus the target /M Changes ACLs of volumes mounted to a directory /S Displays the SDDL string for the DACL. /S:SDDL Replaces the ACLs with those specified in the SDDL string (not valid with /E, /G, /R, /P, or /D). /E Edit ACL instead of replacing it. /C Continue on access denied errors. /G user:perm Grant specified user access rights. Perm can be: R Read W Write C Change (write) F Full control /R user Revoke specified user's access rights (only valid with /E). /P user:perm Replace specified user's access rights. Perm can be: N None R Read W Write C Change (write) F Full control /D user Deny specified user access. Wildcards can be used to specify more than one file in a command. You can specify more than one user in a command. Abbreviations: CI - Container Inherit. The ACE will be inherited by directories. OI - Object Inherit. The ACE will be inherited by files. IO - Inherit Only. The ACE does not apply to the current file/directory. ID - Inherited. The ACE was inherited from the parent directory's ACL.