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Simple printout of "Permissions" and "Security" access list on Server 2003

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Hi
There are times when it is necessary to have an updated list of permissions and security per folder and/or per user.
Is there a util that can do this?
Thanx up front,
dr
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this will show you on a per folder basis:

cacls /C *.*

Also try this liink:
http://www.sysinternals.com/Utilities/AccessEnum.html
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Thanx for both. I like the Access Enum app.
Regards,
dr
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