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By bob.wright ·
Is there an equivalent NT command line to establish who is the owner (not permissions thats cacls!) of a file as can be seen from the Explorer GUI via Properties->Security->Permissions ?

thanks, bob

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by SixFourtyKilo In reply to File Ownership

NT File Manager (WINFILE.EXE). File-Properties-Open By... You can even boot the person out of the file.

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by bob.wright In reply to File Ownership

Thanks, apologies information would be required by a normal (unprivileged) user and from the command line.

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by schmrand In reply to File Ownership

From the resource kit, use SUBINACL /file filename.

subinacl /file test.file

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by bob.wright In reply to File Ownership

Thanks, looks a useful utility but requires certain privileges. File ownership information would be required by a normal (unprivileged) user and from the command line who is say part of a department, all with same change rights to a network drive who wants to know who created other files in the directory in a quick command line way.

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by schmrand In reply to File Ownership

Well OK then. Again from the reskit, in the POSIX subdirectory try ls -la.

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by tango.chuck In reply to File Ownership

subinacl.exe /outputlog=d:\temp\file.txt /file /diplay=owner

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