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Posted on 2011-03-25
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I'm running a Windows 2008 x64 as my domain controller. Is there a utilty that can show me what permissions a singel user has?
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by:Darius Ghassem
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No there is not a tool that can tell you what permissions a user has on the server itself.

There are tools that can tell you the ACLs for the folders and files
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by:pravlok1
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Effective Permissions Tool
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by:thenrich
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I need something that recursively looks through nest folders.
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