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Set-RDMUserGroupRights

SYNOPSIS

Assign/set user permissions.

 

SYNTAX

Set-RDMUserGroupRights -Add [Add] <Nullable`1> -Delete [Delete] <Nullable`1> -Edit [Edit] <Nullable`1> -SecurityGroup [SecurityGroup] <PSSecurityGroupInfo> -SetUser [SetUser] <SwitchParameter> -User [User] <PSUserInfo> -View [View] <Nullable`1> [<CommonParameters>]

 

DESCRIPTION

Assign/set user permissions.

 

PARAMETERS

  -Add <Boolean>

Allows the user to add entries in groups/folders for that security group.

 

  -Delete <Boolean>

Allows the user to Delete the entries for that security group.

 

  -Edit <Boolean>

Allows the user to Edit the entries for that security group.

 

  -SecurityGroup <PSSecurityGroupInfo>

(Required) Security group object, must be retrieved from Get-RDMSecurityGroup or created via New-RDMSecurityGroup.

 

  -SetUser <SwitchParameter>

Set the user in the data source

 

  -User <PSUserInfo>

(Required) User object, must be retrieved from Get-RDMUser or created via New-RDMUser.

 

  -View <Boolean>

Allows the user to View AND USE the entries for that security group.

 

  <CommonParameters>

This cmdlet supports the common parameters: Verbose, Debug, ErrorAction, ErrorVariable, WarningAction, WarningVariable,OutBuffer and OutVariable.For more information, type, "get-help about_commonparameters".

 

NOTES

For more information, type "Get-Help Set-RDMUserGroupRights -detailed". For technical information, type "Get-Help Set-RDMUserGroupRights -full".

 

EXAMPLE 1

PS C:\> $users = Get-RDMUser; $groups = Get-RDMGroup; Set-RDMUserGroupRights -user $users[1] -SecurityGroup $groups[0] -Add -Delete

 

Retrieves the list of available users and groups. Set permission add and delete to the second user of the list on the first group of the list

 

RELATED LINKS

Get-RDMUser

New-RDMUser

New-RDMUser

Remove-RDMUser