1. Browse to Client Configuration | Profiles | User | ProfileName | File/Registry Permissions
2. Click "Add"
3. In the "Action" section edit each field as needed.
Select File/Folder or Registry from the Type list. The selected Type is the object that Permissions will be applied to.
Select Append, Overwrite or Revoke from the Action list. This action defines how to apply the Permissions to the selected object.
Path / Hive/Key
For the File/Folder Type, enter the Path to the object that Permissions will be applied to. For the Registry Type, enter the Hive and Key that the Permissions will be applied to.
Force use of 32-bit registry locations on 64-bit operating systems
Check this box to force the 32 bit registry location to be used instead of the 64 bit location, when executing on 64 bit operating systems.
Select Do not modify this object's inheritance, Allow this object to inherit from parent, Do not allow this object to inherit from parent and discard inherited permissions, Do not allow this object to inherit from parent and copy inherited permissions from the Inheritance list. The Inheritance selection defines how or if permissions for the object will be inherited.
4. In the "Permissions" section designate which users and/or groups will be given permissions to the selected object (File/Folder or Registry).
Press Add to define users and/or groups to which permissions will be given to the selected object. Press Edit to edit an entry in the Permissions list. Press Delete to remove an entry from the Permissions list.
Once in Add/Edit mode update the following entries:
Specify a user or group that will be assigned the designated permissions.
The SID (Security Identifier) will be automatically populated once a Principal is selected.
The permission boxes represent the standard permissions that can be allowed or denied for the specified Principal. Select Allow to permit access to the object. Select Deny to refuse access to the object. Selecting either Allow or Deny Full Control will automatically select the Read, Write, Execute and Modify permissions.
5. in the "Propagation" select the option that best suites the situation.
Select Apply to this object only, Apply to this object and child objects one level deep, Apply to this object and allow all child objects to inherit, or Apply to this object and apply to all child objects from the Propagation list. The propagation selection defines which components (Parent and/or Child) of the object are affected by the Permission change.
Child object to include
Select Files, Folders, or Files and Folders from the list. The selected child object(s) will be included in the propagation of the applied permissions.
ears above the settings tab. Enter a description to annotate the element. The default value for new profile elements can be changed by going to the system Preferences.