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We have over 30 shared hidden folders, most of the folders are accessed via AD Groups. every now and them we add a user to some of the shared folders, not to the group. Now I  need to see who (users and groups) has access to all the shared folder. what is the best way to get that info, i know i can use csvde, I thinks it only would show the groups, and some of the users are not in groups.

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by:Akinsd
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Check the security tabs in the properties of the folders
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by:tiinettech
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i know that, and that is what i don't want to do. i want to be able to see and  export the data to text file.

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