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Managing permissions with PowerShell is only a bit easier than in VBS or the command line as there are no cmdlets for most day-to-day tasks like getting a permission report or adding permission to an item. PowerShell only offers Get-Acl and Set-Acl but everything in between getting and setting the ACL is missing. This module closes the gap.
You have two options:
Further help can be found in How to install if you face difficulties getting this module installed.
The cmdlets are documented in Docs/. They are not documented completely so Get-Help will not show help for all the cmdlets. Providing documentation is planned though.
See Examples for some usage examples.
Additional documentation is available: