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view file permissions on folder on remote server

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we have a server on our network in which each user has a file for them to store data
i want to scan all the folders to view the permissions on them. I am scanning from a windows XP machine
I am trying to use vbXCACLS  to view them but it doent work

assume the server name is "servera" and the folder on it is users( and each user has a folder in here with there name)

I need to be able to see the permissions set on each of the users folder and export the data to a report
I cant figure out the correct syntax


Also , any other  tools or suggestions to get this data would be great. (not dumpsec)
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That doesnt help with what i need

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Any particular reason why DumpSec does not help you with what you need?
Did it not work?

Keep in mind that you will need to have the appropriate permissions yourself to run such a query.

Do you require more than what you have posted?
If so please be more specific on exactly what you need.




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