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By Gr@ndcri ·
Hi everyone,

Do you how to print or extract to a file the security permissions for folders on Windows 2003 server.

Thank you

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by Gr@ndcri In reply to 2k3 file server security ...

Point value changed by question poster.

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by zaferus In reply to 2k3 file server security ...

Could you put this into some context for us? If you can give some specifics on what you are trying to accomplish this will make answering the question a lot easier.

-Z

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by Gr@ndcri In reply to 2k3 file server security ...

Well, I just want to export in an Excel sheet all the security permisions for folders on my file server.

Example:
folder d:\boby
security permisions:
Boby --> write
John --> read
silvana --> modify

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by mjost In reply to 2k3 file server security ...

There is a program called Perms.exe: User File Permissions Tool that is included in Windows Server 2003 Resource Kit Tools @ http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=9d467a69-57ff-4ae7-96ee-b18c4790cffd&displaylang=en

The User File Permissions Tool is a command-line tool that displays user access permissions for a file or directory on an NTFS file system volume. It queries the permissions that are associated with a specific access control entry (ACE), displaying only the permissions that are granted by that particular ACE.

Example: \Program Files\Windows Resource Kits\Tools>perms.exe mindy "C:\Users Shared Fo
lders\Mindy" /s
produces:
C:\Users Shared Folders\Mindy\ perms: RWXDPOA

C:\Users Shared Folders\Mindy\My Documents\ perms: *RWXDPOA

Testing another non-authorized user's permissions on this folder produces:
C:\Users Shared Folders\Mindy\ perms: -------

C:\Users Shared Folders\Mindy\My Documents\ perms: -------

Just mark and copy the DOS window conents and save to a text file and then open into Excel and use the text import wizard delimited.

Its not fancy but works to document folders/file access premissions and its free. Hope this hekps.

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by Gr@ndcri In reply to

Not realy what I'm looking for. Thanks!!! See below CACLS

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by mjost In reply to 2k3 file server security ...

There is a program called Perms.exe: User File Permissions Tool that is included in Windows Server 2003 Resource Kit Tools @ http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=9d467a69-57ff-4ae7-96ee-b18c4790cffd&displaylang=en

The User File Permissions Tool is a command-line tool that displays user access permissions for a file or directory on an NTFS file system volume. It queries the permissions that are associated with a specific access control entry (ACE), displaying only the permissions that are granted by that particular ACE.

Example: \Program Files\Windows Resource Kits\Tools>perms.exe mindy "C:\Users Shared Fo
lders\Mindy" /s
produces:
C:\Users Shared Folders\Mindy\ perms: RWXDPOA

C:\Users Shared Folders\Mindy\My Documents\ perms: *RWXDPOA

Testing another non-authorized user's permissions on this folder produces:
C:\Users Shared Folders\Mindy\ perms: -------

C:\Users Shared Folders\Mindy\My Documents\ perms: -------

Just mark and copy the DOS window conents and save to a text file and then open into Excel and use the text import wizard delimited.

Its not fancy but works to document folders/file access premissions and its free. Hope this hekps.

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by gpratt In reply to 2k3 file server security ...

There are no native reporting tools for W2K3, you can get a product called NetIQ Directory Security Administrator which you can download a 30 day eval for from http://www.netiq.com

Garry

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by Gr@ndcri In reply to

Thanks but I'm not looking to buy special software.

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