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Active Directory Object ACL or ACEs - how to display them using a command line tool?

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Hello,

I'm facing slightly uncommon problem. I found some example output and I'd like to be able to get the same on different objects. I guess that the following is ACEs entries of some AD object:
"John Doe";Grant; Create, Modify, Delete; Object-Class User

Can anybody help me to find a command which produces this type of output? Maybe I'm completely wrong, but as far as I remember there was this kind of program on W2003 - maybe in Support Tools or Resource Kit, but I'm doing that on W2008. Nevermind that, if you help me to find the command which does that sort of output I'll find some workaround for W2008.

Many thanks
Martin
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Thanks a lot Laura, you saved my day :-)
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