How do I

I want to know if it is possible to list the permissions per user per folder and sub-folder on a Win NT 4.0 SP6a Server in a work group enviroment.

Is there a free, inexpensive utility that can do this for me?  Or am I just plain old SOL!

Current Structure:

e:\
Share Name (ABC)
SUB Folder (XYZ)
sub-Sub folder 123

And so on...

I have 20 user all who may or may not have access to these folders, I need to find a way to show the level of access on all folder levels.

Please let me know if there is a free way to do this!

Dino
DCeraAsked:
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AhBengCommented:
Hi,

You can use the NT Resource Kit utility - showacls.exe
A command line utility. You can go to download.microsoft.com to download the resource kit and extract the utility.
There is a whole load of utilities there for you to explore and play with.
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DCeraAuthor Commented:
Very much appreciated...

I have to admit that a little more info would have been nice.  
Example;
1. Need to copy the showall utility to all volumes the need to be checked
2. need to use the /s for sub directories.

But really very much appreciated.

Excelent answer.
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AhBengCommented:
Hi,

Glad to be of help. Actually the info is in the comprehensive readm.doc file. It shows examples and usage.
You can actually copy the showacls.exe to the root eg. c:\ and run it with the /s and dump it to a text file for reference.

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