I have a couple of configuration files for a program; such files are located in a created subfolder inside %windir%. Right click -> Properties -> Security tab, and I see the files currently have read and execute permissions for the Users group. I need them to also have write permission, so I would just enable it in the checkbox (there's a warning when accepting changes). However I need to do this via command line, and that means icacls as far as I understand. I've never used icacls before, so what I tried is, "icacls <myfile>" to display its current ACLs, add write permission as per the paragraph above, then run again icacls command. Result: icacls output for my file was *not* different whatsoever. Why? So, how can I add write permissions to individual files for the Users builtin group? Thanks. P.S.: think this thread https://forums.mydigitallife.net/th...iexplorer-11-for-all-users-via-regedit.80488/ should have been posted here in this sub-forum instead?