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Create a folders based on username and set permissions to them

Create a folders based on username and set permissions to them

Create a folders based on username and set permissions to them

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Need assistance with a Powershell script for automatically creating X and Y folders
The folders to be created have the following path

\\pathA
\\pathB


Looking to create a powershell script that takes the username as an input parameter, and executes the following file system operations
Create the user-folder \\home\homeshare\<username>
The user should have write access within these folders



Came up with this thus far but i am looking to have the input just the manual entered in and have the folders paths created based of this with the need acls.

CODE --> Powershell

#variables
$user = read-host "input username"
$path = read-host "input path"

#create the directory
new-item -Path $directory -name $username -ItemType directory


$NTPrinciple=[system.security.principal.ntaccount]$username

$permission=New-Object system.security.accesscontrol.filesystemaccessrule($NTPrinciple,'FullControl','Allow',$true,$true)
$acl = Get-Acl $path
$acl.SetAccessRule($permission)
Set-Acl $directory $acl 






Any help with having the code generate the path based of the username instead of the manual one below

RE: Create a folders based on username and set permissions to them

So what part of your process isn't working as you want?


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