Hey folks, I’m trying to transfer a shortcut (.lnk) file to the desktop of a UMA device using “Files”. It gets there, but logged in user (admin or regular) can see the file on C:UsersPublicDesktop appearing, but they don’t have the rights to it. Only SYSTEM seems to have full access to the file. In the profile I’ve checked read/write/execute for owner and others.
Hey Kai, is this command working in CLI?
That command isn’t available on the endpoint, as far as I can see. Should it be?
I don’t have a UMA by hand, but could you check if it is available on C:Progra*IGEL ?
Nope, nothing of the sort. (dir /s setacl*.* comes up empty.)
Running UMA-W10 x64 3.01.130 by the way.
You could try the UCB then: kb.igel.com/endpointmgmt-6.07/en/partial-update-for-igel-devices-with-windows-embedded-standard-43107827.html
There you can set File permissions!
That did the trick, I was able to make a Partial Update and deploy that instead. Thanks Sebastien!
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