Getting ACL's of network printers in windows 2003 print cluster virtual server

Posted on 2011-10-10
Last Modified: 2012-06-21
I wanted to know if there is a way to get the security settings off of clustered print servers. I know of a tool called subinacl which does get the information, however it's not easily readable and I don't know how to export it to excel. We have about 1500 printers and needed a way to dump the acl's to an excel file.
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    Try DumpSec from SystemTools/Somarsoft:
    Install the download, uncheck "Hyena"; you can then copy DumpSec.exe and the help file to where you want.
    Go to Report > Select Computer, and enter the network name of the spooler resource, then go to Report > Dump Permissions for printers.
    You can save the report in different formats, including tab separated which you can import into Excel and process further.

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