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XCACLS - Need a GUI type product for listing permissions

Posted on 2004-08-11
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Everyone,

My security engineer is looking for a 3rd party product that will, in some nice, easy to use graphical format, list all folders on a given 2k or 2k3 server and what groups/permissions have been applied to these folders. The ideal product would be capable of producing nice, easy to read reports that can be filed for documentation purposes.

This product will be used to create reports on servers located within a native Windows 2000 domain.

Thanks,
Kris.
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I would look into the WIndows 2000 resource kit sets for this kind of listing info before investing into a 3rd party tool. Won't hurt and it's FREE. I know i've seen a tool that does this. I will post if i find it.

jaguar
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About a year ago, I had to perform a district migration of File Servers and I used the following tools:

Security Explorer:
http://www.smallwonders.com/eng/products/securityexplorer/main.asp

Hyena:
http://www.systemtools.com/
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cfair,

I've been looking at the first one you listed. It looks quite good. Do you recall how the pricing worked? Is it on a per server basis?

I'll take a look at hyena as well.

Thanks,
Kris.
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If I remember correctly, it was based off how many servers you wanted to use it for.  We had five servers we were migrating, so I think we needed the 5-10 license option.  Sorry I don't remember, I'm just the little child begging for a new toy.  Hyena is an awesome tool, especially 6.0.  It may be an overkill for what you are using it for though.
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Here is a free util that does exactly what you are looking for as far as I know.

http://www.sysinternals.com/ntw2k/source/accessenum.shtml
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thanks to all who provided feedback!
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