troubleshooting Question

Share File server problem

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DP230Flag for United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland asked on
PowershellWindows Server 2012Windows Networking
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Dear Wizards, we have a Shared File server 2012r2 (not in domain environment) in which has local users and shared folders with different permissions for its users. We are planning to rebuild the SharedFile server but at first we need to audit the users and their permissions on shared folders.

Therefore, how can we check it? (by cmd, powershell, or other tools) Does anyone have experience about it? Please help and many thanks as always!
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