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Hello Experts.

What tool can i best use for showing the user rights on the ntfs file system.
Seen from the user perspective.
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Solar winds makes a free permission analyzer, you can see screenshots and a link to the tool in the 2sysops blog below

http://4sysops.com/archives/free-solarwinds-permissions-analyzer-for-active-directory-determine-effective-ntfs-permissions-and-share-permissions/

dumpsec is a free tool that will output permissions   http://www.systemtools.com/somarsoft/?somarsoft.com

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Mike
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