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I need a tool to compare acls on a windows pc

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I want to make a snapshot before the modification of security and a snapshot after these modifications.
I need to investigate which modifications have been made ( security-aclwise), to a pc.
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try Sysinternals utility AccessEnum
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Araxis Merge,
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Hi itbabe,
Do you need help with AccesEnum ?
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