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By chris.nwankwo ·
Is there a utility or feature that allows you to determine what access a user has? For example what directories or files he has access to and associated permissions.

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by cory.hopple In reply to NT security

Try using Perms.exe in the NT resource Kit. This will display a users permissions to files and directories on an NTFS volume.

It is not graphical but it works. I usually dump the results to a text file and import into a database for reporting.

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by bgreenwood10 In reply to NT security

An application that I use that goes a bit deeper is Somarsoft DumpSec (DumpAcl). This app breaks every directory down into who has what and where. Prints right from the app for easy access and reading.
http://www.somarsoft.com/somarsoft_main.htm

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by timber In reply to NT security

If you have the budget, I use Bindview it's a great reporting utility. They will send you a 30 day eval if you request it from there web site.

www.bindview.com

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by chris.nwankwo In reply to NT security

Thanks for your help

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