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## subinacl.exe from Microsoft Windows Resource Kit

subinacl /noverbose /printer PrinterName
- for printers with multi-word names enclose within quotes "

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## SetACL.exe from

example 1: to set printer \fileserver\printer1 permission granting domain\usergroup
           with Print permission

setacl -on "\fileserver\printer1" -ot prn -actn ace -ace "n:domain\usergroup;p:print"

example 2: grant multiple permissions (Print & Manage Documents) to particular user/group

setacl -on "\fileserver\printer1" -ot prn -actn ace
 -ace "n:domain\usergroup;p:print"  
 -ace "n:domain\usergroup;p:man_docs"