Script or program to make NTFS storage permissions report

I would like a script or program where I could specify a server and a top level share and the script will walk the entire structure including all sub directories and will generate a report as a.csv file with the information and format shown in the attached screen shot. I only want explicit permissions shown, not inherited permissions.
This doesn't have to be PowerShell. It could be .vbs or other language. I just need to get the output in the format I'm looking for.
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Éric MoreauSenior .Net ConsultantCommented:
If you don't find something in PowerShell, I have created something in .Net lately : https://www.emoreau.com/Entries/Articles/2018/04/Using-a-Net-application-to-query-folders-permissions.aspx
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donanderAuthor Commented:
Hi Éric,

I am not a .Net programmer. I visited the page you linked but I don't know how to turn that into an executable or something I can run.

Can you give me some idea about that?

A programmer told me to use Visual Studio Code but I see several files in the extracted folders that VS Code could open.

Thanks,
Don
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Éric MoreauSenior .Net ConsultantCommented:
Visual Studio Code is an editor (much like Notepad). You won't be able to generate an executable from it using VSCode.

You will need the full Visual Studio in order to get an executable.

Also, be warned that this demo does not create a CSV file. A programmer would know how to save it.

Hopefully, somebody else will show you some PowerShell code.
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donanderAuthor Commented:
Our .NET/C# programmer here was able to make the .exe that makes a text file, which I can parse into Excel so this code provided the solution I needed.
Thanks!
Don
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