View Effective Permissions on Files and Folders

Hi All - I wanted to know what is the best way to show a none technical person a list of effective Permissions on Folders  in their environment, it will take too long to screen shot every folder and I am sure there is a better way to achieve this. I am am using 2008 R2, any advice would be welcome.
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Peter HutchisonSenior Network Systems SpecialistCommented:
You can use the 'Steps Recorder' in Windows Accessories to create screenshots as you  use the mouse and document it automatically.
A video capture maybe more useful, using a tool such as CamStudio to record the procedure.
AJ1978Author Commented:
Thank you but that wants what I wanted, I want to be able to print or email the current permissions on all folders. Something simple a script somthing along these lines
What about  using utility called CACLS ?

C:> cacls /?
David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
show a none technical person
First you need a slide that shows what permissions allow and don't allow.. Permissions can be a very technical subject there is no easy way to explain it. Even semi-experts get it wrong sometimes.

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