Generate a list of all shared folders along with their security permissions Windows Server 2012

We have a large number of sub-folders within our Shared drive on Windows Server 2012.  Not all the folders are shared with everyone.  Is there a cmd prompt entry that I can run to export a list of all the shared folders along with their access permissions?

I found information on how to even narrow it down to user access in earlier Windows Server versions, "showacls /s /u domain\user > c:\name.txt" but I can't find a similar cmd line for Server 2012.

PLEASE HELP!

Thanks in advance!
Manish ParmarSr. Network AdministratorAsked:
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Tyler BrooksNetwork and Security ConsultantCommented:
This page explains how to use powershell to look at shared folder permissions. Here
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