|Edit: Well, this is only part of the solution. it doesn't work on machines that don't have simple file sharing enabled already. Gotta figure that out still, but will post back :(|
FINALLY ! :)
If i first run:
rmtshare \\PCCHIPS\movieMaker="C:\Program Files\Movie Maker" /grant everyone:f
Then run (exe from http://setacl.sourceforge.net/):
SetACL.exe -on "\\PCCHIPS\movieMaker" -ot file -actn ace -a
I get the share I need without any prompt for permissions now. Basically, were creating the share giving everyone full permissions, then using SetACL to rewrite the permissions? Not sure why I need to do it this way, but it works! :)
Thanks for reading and replying wanderer.
As an alternative to using rmtshare, I did find that net share works in combination with SetACL.exe just as well:
net share movieMaker="C:\Program Files\Movie Maker"