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Documenting windows Permissions

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Does anybody know of a good way to document windows 2000 file and folder permissions?

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To what level of detail?

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requesting a refund of points and to close question.
found answer myself:
used an app called "dumpacl.exe" which can document acl permissions on ntfs folders and files. website: systemtools.com
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