Hi, I was hoping someone could help me with the following question.
I've just inherited a new Windows 2003 SBS Server (Standard). There are a number of AD security group that exist on the server which don't appear to be doing much, but I'd like to know before I clean them up/delete them. How can I easily find out if they are assigned to grant access to to any shares/files/directories? I thought I could just do a search where group=<groupname> or something, but I can't work out how to do it. cacls only appears to let me set the acl, not determine if a group is in use.
Many thanks in advance,