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By chris.nwankwo ·
Is there a way of seeing what user has what access on NT similar to how Novell shows its user properties (security)

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by casspc1987 In reply to NT Security

Chris:

How about using the NT Resouce Kit Utility (Supplement 4) FINDGRP.EXE which is a command line based tool that displays all gloabl and local memberships for a given user along with the PERMS.EXE tool the displays a user's access permissionsfor a specified file or set of files.

Mike C

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by chris.nwankwo In reply to NT Security

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by SyscoKid In reply to NT Security

Sure. If you have a network, go to the server and run User Manager for Domains, which is in Start-> Programs-> NT Administration Tools. This shows you what groups a user is a member of. Then, using Windows NT Explorer, right-click on any drive, directory, or file, and go to Properties-> Security-> Permissions. This tells you what users and/or groups have access to the object, and what type of access they have.

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by cts77 In reply to NT Security

SomarSoft's DumpSec is a security auditing program for Microsoft? Windows NT™. It dumps the permissions (DACLs) and audit settings (SACLs) for the file system, registry, printers and shares in a concise, readable listbox format, so that holes in system security are readily apparent. DumpSec also dumps user, group and replication information. DumpSec is a must-have product for Windows NT systems administrators and computer security auditors.

http://www.somarsoft.com/

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