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Printing Permissions Windows server 2003

Posted on 2009-04-14
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Is there any way that I can print my current users permissions?
Is it possible to do it?
I need to change some user permissions under my Ad, but I still need to view the current permissions.
My problem is that By default each one of my domain users is become an Admin Users, I dont know waywhy somebody told me that the first Administrator in this company by default creates a policy that makes everybody Domain Admins (really bad haaa).hamata)so I need to test the permissions before I'm changing something. I'm just thinking maybe there is a way to print this permission, only to camper; There are only 10 users under our ACTIVE DIRECTORY.
 
 
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I don't believe exist, native, some that reports "Permissions".
You can build query/script that report user's attributes.
Permissions in Windows are object specific: in the object (ie a folder), you say
who can what, but there is not a global DB that holds all it.

Take in mind that AD, is just a trik to load registry: when Computer boots, read in the policies what it
has to load in HKLM, while when a user logs in, it loads from AD, HKCU. Programs, when run, read registry, not policies. when a process access a resource (printer,file) it reads object-permission.
In the AD,+ local policies, is reported if user is a member of, not what generally do: this depends from the resource.

How do you create a user, by normal way ?
Can you remova new created user from Domain Admins Group?

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