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CACLS reporting recomendations part 2

By nhartley ·
Title: "CACLS reporting recomendations"
From: nhartley
Date: Aug 1 2000 5:10PM EST
Status: (Accidently) Closed
Points: 100 Points

Does anyone have any recomendations for reporting file permissions on our NT network? We would like to run through our entire network and see who has access to what.

Proposed Answer 1: Rejected
From: joe.pizzi@ttu.edu Date: Aug 2 2000 1:33PM
Before undertaking such an endeavor, you should first decide exactly what information you want. Your posed question, "Who has access to what?," is so broad that, while you could gather the information, it will be of little use because of the sheer volume of the information. The typical machine these days has over 10,000 files on it. CACLS and XACLS will happily report the permissions on all files, but how will you analyze the data? How will you collate the data? What potential actions will you take upon finding out the answer to your question?
In short, don't. Decide which files are the most sensitive, and verify ac

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by fort2472 In reply to CACLS reporting recomenda ...

I think I know exactly what you're getting at. Try http://www.systemtools.com. There are 2 tools, NTSec and Security Analyzer. These 2 tools should meet your requirements and then some. I was in the same boat as you in trying to pull the reigns inon an inherited NT network/security mess. Hope this helps.

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by nhartley In reply to CACLS reporting recomenda ...

Thank you!

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