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Mass search for folder access permissions

Last Modified: 2020-09-25
I wish to scan a massive folder structure to see which folders a person had access to during his employment, i.e. the ones where he was given specific access to instead of a group he was a member of.

I found one called accesschk that I can run from a command prompt, but it doesn't seem to drill into the folders.  Has anyone seen a program which will do that and just spot out a text or csv file I can sort?
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