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Win32::Perms and ACL order

I've written a little program that adds permissions to files, making use of
win32::perms, and it's working quite well.

The only problem I have is that when I view the security tab under windows,
I get an error message about "The permissions on filename are incorrectly
ordered, which may cause some entries ..."

I gather this is because there is a set order for DACLS an I'm guessing the
win32::perms is just lumping my new DACL at the end.

Question is, how to fix it. My first attempt (wipe all ACLS, then apply a
new, ordered list) failed because (I think) after I've wiped the URLS there
are no longer any permissions do anything to the file.

I'm a little stuck here. Anyone got any ideas?

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