SetACL Studio 1.2.1 has been released. This new version improves the user experience and fixes several bugs.
If you already have an older version, the auto-update function will prompt you to install the new version automatically. Existing licenses are still valid with the new version.
You can find more information about SetACL Studio and a fully functional 30-day evaluation version at http://helgeklein.com/setacl-studio.
a) New features / improvements: - If run by an administrator, the application now requests full privileges (UAC prompt) during startup. It is not necessary to click the "run as administrator" link in the app any more. - SetACL Studio can now save permissions even if unresolvable SIDs are present (e.g. permissions from a computer or domain that is offline). - SetACL Studio can now set permissions across Windows languages, e.g. remotely manage an English Windows from a German Windows. - Adding a permissions entry (ACE) now requires one click less. - The application is now restarted after a forced shutdown initiated by Windows Update b) Bugfixes - The change indicator (asterisk) in the title bar was not removed after saving. - Renaming directories on remote computers now works. - Deleting registry keys on remote computers now works.
About SetACL Studio
SetACL Studio combines an intuitive user interface with the power of SetACL into a permission management tool that works with the file system, the registry, printers, services, shares and WMI objects. It supports very long paths (the kind Explorer cannot handle) and shows you every corner of the system, regardless of current permissions.
Different from most systems management tools, SetACL Studio is extremely easy to use, has a great UI and comes with undo.
About Helge Klein
Helge Klein is an independent consultant and developer. As a consultant, he has worked in Windows and Citrix projects for various larger German corporations. As a developer, he architected sepago’s user profile management product sepagoPROFILE whose successor is now available as Citrix Profile Management. In 2009 Helge received the Citrix Technology Professional (CTP) Award, in 2011 he was nominated a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP).
Helge’s professional interests are focused on Microsoft server technologies, various Citrix products and programming in several languages. He publishes his knowledge in English in his blog. Helge can also be found on Twitter as @HelgeKlein. He has presented on many occasions, e.g. Citrix TechExchange Munich (2009, 2011 and 2012), ice Lingen (2009, 2011 and 2012), PubForum (2010, 2011 and 2012), Microsoft TechDay Online 2010, Citrix Synergy (2011 and 2012), BriForum (2012).
Helge is the author several popular free and commercial tools: SetACL, a powerful tool for managing Windows permissions from the command line or from scripts and programs. SetACL is free and has been downloaded more than 500,000 times. SetACL Studio combines the power of SetACL with an intuitive user interface. Delprof2 is an inofficial and much improved successor to Microsoft’s Delprof, a deletion tool for inactive user profiles.