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generate a NTFS permissions report

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want to generate a NTFS permissions report for all folders and subfolders that display all users and right levels
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Thank jerseysam..
I have windows 2008 and I want for also subfolders
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dear jerseysam

did you have another tools it show all permission assign to user ?
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