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Exporting details of ALL the folders that a USER have access in SHARE DRIVE

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Hi, We have share drive which have data of 3TB. The permissions are not managed thru groups and not organized even.

I am looking for a script to export\list the Security permission for a user on the share drive. at least to folder level will help me a lot.

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TJ
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Have a look at AccessEnum from SysInternals: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb897332

You can also try using PowerShell to export permissions to a CSV file:
Get-ChildItem "D:\Data\Share" -Recurse | Get-Acl -Exclude *.* | Export-CSV D:\Output.csv

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It was my mistake. Infact the answer was fine and I have tested it. However, for opening a new question i was in a hurry to close the abandoned question. Can you guide me to change the grade?
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Thanks for your help eenookami.
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