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I'm trying to get an export of the NTFS permissions of all the shared folders on a fileserver using dumpsec, however I can't find a way to get info only on the top tier of folders. I've tried every option combination in dumpsec possible.
to clarify - current output is:
\\server\dir1   admin
\\server\dir1   user
\\server\dir1\dir   admin
\\server\dir1\dir   user
\\server\dir1\dir\dir   admin
\\server\dir1\dir\dir   user
\\server\dir2   admin
\\server\dir2   user
\\server\dir2\dir admin
\\server\dir2\dir user
etc
etc

I don't want to see all the subdirectories I just want the first tier eg
\\server\dir1   admin
\\server\dir1   user
\\server\dir2   admin
\\server\dir2   user

I've basically given up on getting the exact output I want from dumpsec and have moved on to trying to use excel to refine delete any rows that contain and dirs longer than \\*\*
This is also proving challenging.

Does anyone have any suggestion on how I can get the output that I am looking for?
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have you tried using http://www.systemtools.com/exporter/index.html

can you post a small sample of what the output is.

CT
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Love Hyena never taken the time to look at exporter pro properly.
I now have EXACTLY what I'm looking for.
Thanks heaps
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