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Re: enumerating folder permissions
From: Raoul Armfield <rarmfield () amnh org>
Date: Thu, 06 Jul 2006 09:23:16 -0400

Saqib Ali wrote:
you don't have to write a script. They are already available:

http://www.sysinternals.com/FileAndDiskUtilities.html (first 2 utils)

and on windows the "cacls" cmd try "cacls *" on your file server.

to get the list of users in group returned by the above mentioned
utils, you just have to query the AD using LDAP. very easy using a VB
script.



Thanks for the input. I will try those. I am aware of cacls however, what I am looking for is the following.

User A requests that access to folder Z be restricted to Users A,B,C. six months later User A wants to remember who else has access to folder Z. User A simply runs the script or software where he selects Folder A and a message box or something pops up that lists the groups and their members.

Hopefully the software from systernals will let me do this.

Raoul


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