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Is there a powershell command that will show Active directory permissions showing access rights associated with each group or role for the network?
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by:Jamie McKillop
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Hello,

Are you referring to right to files and folders? If so, the only place that information is stored is on the ACL of the object itself. You would need to run the get-acl cmdlet against any files or folders you want to see who has access rights on.

-JJ
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by:wayne3597
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Hi Jamie,

Is there a way to run it against the whole File system and it go to a text file?
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Well. doesn't really make sense to apply that to each of 5 million files, yes?
To get something reasonable, much more effort is necessary. The listing should only show files and folders which are do have ACLs different from inherited ones. And maybe allow to filter for a specific group.
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