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Track SDDL changes with PowerShell and compare it

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I want to track permission change made in our file shares and compare it and finally export it to csv for report. is there a way to achieve this using powershell script?
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Get-Content “C:\logs\computers.txt” | Get-AllSharePermissions | Export-Csv “C:\logs\shares.csv” -NoTypeInformation -force
over a period of time then you can do a compare of the 2 files and check for differences
Get-AllSharePermissions.txt
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Thanks for the answer, it runs with

Get-Content “C:\logs\computers.txt” | ./Get-AllSharePermissions | Export-Csv “C:\logs\shares.csv” -NoTypeInformation -force

but i'm not getting any reports in the CSV file...
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