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Detailed report for server folders including permissions


Detailed report for server folders including permissions

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I have a need for a report that describes folder and sub folders on a server including permissions at each level.
Does such a beast exist?

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fizzleme - Tuesday, January 30, 2018 12:17 PM
I have a need for a report that describes folder and sub folders on a server including permissions at each level.
Does such a beast exist?


A couple of things to try and see if they work for you would be AccessChk - it's one of the sysinternal tools:
AccessChk v6.12

Powershell and the Get-Acl cmdlet. Something like:
Get-ChildItem C: | Get-Acl
Would just go through the top level of the drive. You would add -recurse to get all subdirectorys on down:
Get-ChildItem C: -recurse | Get-Acl

There are likely others options you can use. Those are the ones I've used

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What would really be excellent is a way to script the folders and subfolders and their permissions. Would make it easy to install on a new server.

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