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Report showing folder rights for Windows 2000 servers

Posted on 2004-09-23
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This is probably to much to ask BUT, does MS Win2k server have anything that will print out a report on who has rights to folders on a server?  Like in Netware the "Rights" command line command.  
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There is a utility from Script logic that does it.. there is a free demo, it is called security explorer..

http://www.scriptlogic.com/eng/products/securityexplorer/main.asp
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"Documenting Security. With Security Explorer, you can print out the security settings to easy to read reports. "
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I used it exactly for the same thing as you..
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