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List all NTFS folder and share permissions for a specified account

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Anyone have any or know of any good scripts out there to list all permissions of an account either based on all servers in a domain or an external list of servers?

http://www.jdhitsolutions.com/resources/scripts/listshares.txt - This was close, but didn't appear to actually get the permissions right.

More or less I'm attempting to find all permissions with in my environment of a specific service account as I want to change it to a new and have to mimic the permissions appropriately.

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Found a cool tool from sysinternals, but it's per server ... I'd really like the ability to crawl the entire domain and/or based on a server list.

Any help would be appreciated.

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Still haven't found anything wotrhwhile ... shameless bump.
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Any assistance would be much appreciated.

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One more bump ...
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Toni Uranjek earned 300 total points
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Hi!

You could use Scriptlogic's Security Explorer: http://www.scriptlogic.com/products/securityexplorer/
But it's not free and shareware is limited to 2 servers, 2500 users and 30 days if I remember correctly.

I doubt that you will find a free solution for your scenario.

Toni
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