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Powershell script to show unique permissions

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Does anyone have a powershell script that shows unique permissions for all site collections, sites, lists and libraries in SharePoint 2010?
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There are some errors with this script.  Also, I have a new migration and this script will not show some users unless they have already visited the site.
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If you're iterating SharePoint then usually users have to have visited the site yes.
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Good script.
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