The Question is:
Sometime one finds directories where the order of the ACL's are incorrect. Say
an ACL needs to be moved to the bottom of the stack so to speak on a whole
directory tree, with varying ACL's on each file. The normal set sec/acl
command places the ACL at the
top of the stack. If we need to place (move) a particular ACL to the bottom
of the stack how can this be done?
The option of using the /after means we must know the ACL at the bottom of the
stack. This may well be different on every file. A /last on the set sec/acl
would ber very usfull here.
The Answer is :
SET SECURITY /LIKE would be the approach used by the OpenVMS Wizard.
There is no command interface to shift the position of an ACE, though
a program could certainly be written. Using documented interfaces, too.
For the manual shifting of and editing of ACEs within an ACL, the ACL
editor (EDIT/ACL) may be of interest.