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AccessChk commands?

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We're trying to use AccessChk to completely re-create a former employees access rights on the share drive. For the life of me, I can't seem to get the command to give me all the folders a single user has access to in a share.

Does anybody have experience with this? Could you give me a template with exact syntax?
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by:The_Kirschi
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Did you try

accesschk username *

See:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb664922
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by:TASupply
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Thanks Kirschi.

I should've been more specific. Is there a script which lets you run the command down a tree of folders? The way you're having me do it requires me to place the file in each directory and it only shows the highest level permissions.

thanks!
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With -s parameter it should traverse all folders and subfolders. So try

accesschk -s username *
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