Powershell to list folder permission

Is it possible to write a powershell to list few folders ntfs permission (top level, not need for subfolder) , ?
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von AxlSystem AdministratorCommented:
Get-ChildItem c:\windows | Get-ACL
AXISHKAuthor Commented:
Can we split the "Access" column" into separate users and remove the domain name  before each user ?

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Daryl BamforthTechnical ExpertCommented:
Didn't we already do this on another?

Are you wanting the output split up more than this?

$path = "C:\local"
$users = @()
$users = (get-acl $path).Access |select -expandproperty identityreference |% {$_.value.split('\')[1]}
$details = @()
$details = "" |select path, users
$details.path = $path
$details.users = $users

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