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Export print priv settings.

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Does anyone know how I can go about either exporting or printing the priv settings on folders under a Windows 2000 server environment?

We are getting ready to push our W2K server from one domain to another domain.  I understand that this process will wipe out the security settings we have established on the folders in our file system.  We have a lot of folders, extending down many layers too.  I'd like to find some kind of method by which I can either export or print what privs each user/user group has to the various folders and sub-folders on this machine.  In this manner I can be ready to set up the privs once again once the server is pushed to the new domain.

Thanks.

Rich
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Try Access Enumeration.  Free :)

http://www.sysinternals.com/Utilities/AccessEnum.html

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Hey that looks like it's going to work.  Using that utility I'm extracting the resulting data into a tab-delimited file and importing that into an Access DB which allows me to report and list it layer by layer.  I think that'll do it.  Thanks.

Rich
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