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  • Listing Folder Security Permissions.

    Hi all,
    is there any way via AD (on W2k server), script, or there is any software so I can have a txt, csv or xls file that shows me the folder structure (tree) with the permissions granted on that folder and subfolders?
    Thank you in advance for all your answers..

    Ed.

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    Have you tried
    Code:
    XCACLS.exe *.*
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    • #3
      a little nicer: accessenum from www.sysinternals.com

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      • #4
        Originally posted by wkasdo
        a little nicer: accessenum from www.sysinternals.com
        Of course... always forget that little gem! Good memory Wkasdo!
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        • #5
          Thank you all...

          thank you to all the people that replied to my msg.
          Tonyyeb, yes, in fact, I tried with xcacls.vbs and .exe, but that only shows the permissions list on DOS Screen and it lists only one folder, it doesn't shows the subfolders tree with permissions as some "Directory Printer's" software does..
          Even, that infor cannot be exported to any file as Csv, or XLS file to work with the list if you don't want it to do it manually on a ten layer tree of subfolders.
          I'll try the other two recommendations....
          Thanks again.

          Ed.

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          • #6
            AccesesEnum just great!

            that is what I was looking for...
            that shows all the permissions on a specified folder...
            the only inconvenient is that you have to go down to the subfolders tree one by one in order to get all the info....
            but it works just great... plus that you can have the source code.
            Thank you!

            Ed.

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