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Displaying Windows NT user rights from the command line

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Does anyone know of a way to display Windows NT user rights from the command line? Ntrights can revoke and apply user rights, but what I want to do is display them so I can revoke the rights from any accounts that shouldn't have them. Before anyone suggests using the GUI interface, I want to do this twice daily on 200 NT servers, so from the command line is probably the only option. And for those who would suggest upgrading to Windows Server 2003 and using GPO, this is not going to be an option for at least another six months.

All help greatly appreciated.
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Download http://www.franzo.co.nz/hansson/grant.htm

It has a show command for user rights.

Hope this helps.
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by:James Rankin
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Absolutely spot-on, just what I needed. Goodbye to trawling through member servers day after day resetting user rights!
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