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Folder Permissions for the Everyone Group

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My boss has asked me to find out what permissions the Everyone Group has in our Domain Servers. I've realised that this is a Server by Server query but have no idea how to enumerate the information into a single document.

What I need is for something to scan folder permissions across a single, or multiple Servers and report what folders the Everyone group has any form of permissions in. (and if possible, what those permissions are)

If anyone can assist in this they would earn every point I can award!
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That's an excellent piece of software.
I'll run the scan through a couple of Servers and see if "the management" are happy, and get back to you.
thanks!
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Thanks for the software. Feeding the solution into Excel and letting the management loose with tables and stuff worked really well.
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