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Shared Folder Permission Audit/Reporting Tools

Posted on 2014-04-22
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hello all,
I am going to audit all shared folders in my company. I checked some shared folders and saw that there are some users have more permission than they have. I am looking for a tool or a script to display or exports the permission with user names.
Please give me some advices.
Thanks,
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I just took a look at those two but I need to display or export  the share folder permissions with users or group on that share folder.
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Check below tool as well freeware

http://www.cjwdev.co.uk/Software/NtfsReports/Info.html - best its in class

DumpSec v2.8.7
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I saw that article but I hesitate to use it ;)
I also got this command to show the permission on specific shared folder

$directory = "\\sharedfolder"
$acl = Get-Acl $directory
$acl.psbase.getAccessRules($true, $true, [system.security.principal.NtAccount])
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