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Displaying Permissions on NTFS Folders - Need to match my other file

Posted on 2007-11-14
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I have a file that i pulled off this server just a few weeks ago.  Same OS, same everything, was never reformatted, just DC Promo'd down then up.  I have a file that shows my permissions like the following:

c:\DOMAIN-Material-Control
  RW DOMAIN\administrator
  R  DOMAIN\alyx.schmid
  R  DOMAIN\anh.le
  R  DOMAIN\anh.pham
  R  DOMAIN\ben.escobedo
  R  DOMAIN\brandy.ton
  R  DOMAIN\candace.wilson
  R  DOMAIN\carmen.contine
  R  DOMAIN\catherine.tran
  RW DOMAIN\cecile.le
  R  DOMAIN\emmy.laolagi
  R  DOMAIN\hien.nguyen
  R  DOMAIN\hoa.dang

Now, I need to compare the new permissions to the old permissions and I cant remember what I used to get this list.  I KNOW it was microsoft, not a 3rd party app.  Can someone help???  Thanks!!!
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by:Jay_Jay70
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calcs? xacls?
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No, those are giving me a different output.  Unfortunatly i need the output to match perfectly (i know, I know.. I am a pain) the output from those looks like this:
cacls -
C:\Documents and Settings\sbalderrama>cacls c:\windows
c:\WINDOWS BUILTIN\Users:R
           BUILTIN\Users:(OI)(CI)(IO)(special access:)
                                     GENERIC_READ
                                     GENERIC_EXECUTE

           BUILTIN\Power Users:C
           BUILTIN\Power Users:(OI)(CI)(IO)C
           BUILTIN\Administrators:F
           BUILTIN\Administrators:(OI)(CI)(IO)F
           NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM:F
           NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM:(OI)(CI)(IO)F
           BUILTIN\Administrators:F
           CREATOR OWNER:(OI)(CI)(IO)F
xcacls-
c:\WINDOWS BUILTIN\Users:R
           BUILTIN\Users:(OI)(CI)(IO)(special access:)
                                     GENERIC_READ
                                     GENERIC_EXECUTE

           BUILTIN\Power Users:C
           BUILTIN\Power Users:(OI)(CI)(IO)C
           BUILTIN\Administrators:F
           BUILTIN\Administrators:(OI)(CI)(IO)F
           NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM:F
           NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM:(OI)(CI)(IO)F
           BUILTIN\Administrators:F
           CREATOR OWNER:(OI)(CI)(IO)F
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i think you are looking for the ATTRIB command :)
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Doesnt appear to be it.  It doesnt show the ntfs permissions, unless I am missing a switch or something.
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I thought you wanted it to match the output above-
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