troubleshooting Question

Get ACL with “DisplayName”

GST-GRIDTECHFlag for United States of America asked on
PowershellActive Directory
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I need to get list of users that have access to a network share.  I am not very familiar with PowerShell, but came across
get-acl “\\serverName\folder”

my issue is it shows “LoginName” instead of “DisplayName”. Our “LoginNames” are
alpha-numeric and make it difficult to ID the user. So if there is a method of getting either
“loginName” and “DisplayName” or “DisplayName” that would be greatly appreciated.
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