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RE: Audit of file permissions on per-user basis
From: "CHRIS GRABENSTEIN" <LFGRABC () LF VCCS EDU>
Date: Fri, 7 Nov 2003 10:02:51 -0500

This looks just about perfect with the exception of one problem.  It seems to
stop crawling the directory tree part of the way through "Documents and
Settings".  Is there a known limit to the number of objects it can handle in
a single session?

If all else fails I could probably right a script or batch file to run it
once for each first-level directory and append all the results to a single
file for later grepping.  If I got really ambitious I could have it check
which groups a user is a member of and grep out those too.

Thanks

|-----Original Message-----
|From: Carl Grayson [mailto:carl.grayson () team xtra co nz] 
|Sent: Thursday, November 06, 2003 7:58 PM
|To: CHRIS GRABENSTEIN
|Subject: RE: Audit of file permissions on per-user basis
|
|
|Try fileacl from http://membres.lycos.fr/jfb/gb/gbtools/fileacl.htm
|
|I use it for just this purpose when piped through a grep

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