Security Audit

Good Morning,

I have been asked to run a security audit on our domain server. Can anyone tell me of a utility that will run and tell me every user and the groups they belong to.

Thanks in advance.

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You can try this script in the followinf link; It worked for me before.
The above links uses the scipts in microsoft resource kit and also LDIFDE
wcmashAuthor Commented:
I don't know if it matters but the server is a Win2000 server machine.
The first script should work, it worked for me in windows 2000.
You can also try this free utility called gives you lots of useful information include file/folder permissions.

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