We are about to move some data onto new storage and i want to use the opportunity to have management tell me how they would like directory permissions to be set.
The directories currently exist on a mac server and so the volume is not NTFS.
I'd like a format where I can show them what the permissions currently are and a way to annotate any changes they would like.
I was thinking of just saving the output of ls -l to a text file but I'd like a more user friendly format and also a way to record the results. I'm not sure if I need a tool or just a layout.
I've seen tools but they're mostly for NTFS. they output should be straight forward because we have users who will have 1 set of permissions and supervisors that will need access to create and delete a few directories that regulars users can't.
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