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Dumpsec Missing User Rights Assignments

Posted on 2010-09-14
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I have started using Dumpsec again after being away from it for several years.  I have already noticed that when you run dumpec to return a report on User Rights Assignments it does not return all the available rights.  Most notable is all the Deny... User Rights are missing.  I could list them all out but I am thinking what is preventing the Deny... User Rights is the same issue for the other few that are missing as well.  Any idea how to make Dumpsec collect them all?  Or is there another answer for retrieving User Rights Assignments.  I already know VBS and PS cannot do it natively, need some sort of third party utility like a Dumpsec.
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There isn't a way to get those rights to show up in Dumpsec, unfortunately. I'm guessing the folks at Somarsoft decided that rights that deny access to stuff weren't worth gathering and instead focused on the rights that grant access. Retrieving user rights assignments, as far as I know, is done through gpedit.msc. You can export the list in there, but beyond that I don't know another way to get all the rights you need.
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Answer confirmed what I suspected.
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