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How to compare 'Effective Permissions" for 2 AD accounts

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I want to compare 2 AD accounts 'Effective Permissions". Is there an easy way to do this, i.e using PowerShell?? I'm running MS Windows Server 2008 R2.
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you can use quest free PowerShell module to compare user account permissions

Get-QADUser -Name user1 -SecurityMask DACL | Get-QADPermission -Inherited -SchemaDefault

compare-object (Get-QADPermission user1 -Inherited | select Rights) (Get-QADPermission user2 -Inherited | select rights)

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