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Get a list of all the users with thier current permissions on all folders on a specific shared folder script

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Hi im looking for a script to provide me with a list of all folders and sub folders inside a specific folder and in that list there will be:
1. path of folder
2.list of users and groups having permissions to that folder.
3.what permissions.


i don't need anything fancy, but i already tried finding help on the web and using tools like xcalcs or accesschk/accessenum and others...
none really provided the needed results.

would really appriciate help with this, my scripting skills aren't that strong i'm afraid.
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If you're not opposed to downloading an application, I would suggest  Karen's Power Tools...

http://www.karenware.com/powertools/ptdirprn.asp
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thanks but it's not showing permissions to folders
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This is easily doable with a single Windows Command.

ICACLS "C:\Folder\Path\*" /T

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I found Dumpsec tool by systemtools to be a great helper in this job.
Thank you so much all for the help
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by:ZeevM333
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solved it by myself
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