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Security, group or usernames associated?

Posted on 2006-11-03
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Is there anyway to create a script that will output all groups or usernames associated with that folder?

If you go to the properties of a folder and then Security tab, list all the Group or Usernames on that folder.  
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The simplest way is to run CACLS <folder path>.  It might take a little wrangling to get the names out in a friendly format.
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