Finding all folders where inheritance is broken

Posted on 2011-10-21
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
We have several file servers where the permissions have been modified and changed and broken, and I'm hoping to see if there is a way I can crawl the entire drive's file structures to see where inheritance has been broken.  Anyone got any guidance?

Question by:Nomadics
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    Accepted Solution

    My first thoughts would be trying to filter the results of the following standalone SysInternals utility programs to suit the requirements:

    Author Closing Comment

    This will probably get me what I needed, although it's not 100% what I wanted.
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    Expert Comment

    Thank you Nomadics.  I was expecting a few more comments from other experts with some different suggestions.

    Expert Comment

    If you got some (huge) budget, it's what you're looking for:

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