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RE: Tool for checking ACL's on 60 thousand folders
From: "Steve Fletcher" <safletcher () insightbb com>
Date: Sun, 19 Feb 2006 23:05:07 -0600

You might want to try XCACLS.VBS.  It's a VBscript from Microsoft that
allows viewing and modifying the NTFS permissions on files and directories.
While it is not extremely fast, it seems to do a pretty good job.

Steve Fletcher
MCSE (NT4/Win2k), MCSE: Security (Win2k), HP Master ASE, CCNA, Security+
Email:  safletcher () insightbb com
Web:  http://safletcher.home.insightbb.com
 
-----Original Message-----
From: fluidnyc () gmail com [mailto:fluidnyc () gmail com] 
Sent: Thursday, February 16, 2006 2:11 PM
To: security-basics () securityfocus com
Subject: Tool for checking ACL's on 60 thousand folders

Hi:

I have to check ACL's on 60 thousand folders.

What would be the best tool to use that would show me "ALL" of the the ACL's
permissions that are on these network folders.

Thanks.

(AccessEnum and DumpACL I already know about.)

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