get admin permissions list for folders and subfolders

Hi Guys,

I need to find out the groups and users with read write access for a shared folder (netapp vfiler) and its subfolders. is there a powershell command that may use to gather this report?

thank you in advance.

regards,
Kelly
Kelly GarciaSenior Systems AdministratorAsked:
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Miguel Angel Perez MuñozCommented:
Try this:
Get-ChildItem -recurse -attributes directory | select @{n='path';e='fullname'} | out-file directory.txt

foreach ($path in (get-content .\directory.txt)) {get-acl -path "$path"} | out-file permissions.txt

When foreach ends, you can delete directory.txt because is a temporary file. Permissions must be contain all acl on every folder. If you require more detail, can add before last out-file a | fl to select all attributes.
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