Command Prompt Logging

Posted on 2011-05-04
Last Modified: 2012-08-13
Hi All

Having some issues with CMD output.  We're attempting to extract permissions information with showacls.exe but seem to hit a brick wall.

When we run the command "C:\Program Files\Windows Resrouce Kit\Tools> showacls /s \\Server\d$\Share\Users\ > C:\Temp\Permissions.txt" it runs right up to the point of 4585KB and I've tried everything I can to get past that.

Anyone have any suggestions about getting the entire output?
Question by:OKN_Support
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    Accepted Solution

    Try DumpSec which can be found at:


    Author Closing Comment

    Thanks for that.  

    Seems to have dumped the info we need, now to sort it out in Excel...

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