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Printing NDS trustee list

By stoews ·
As part of an internal audit process, we've been asked to printout all the users with which file access they have been granted. Is there a simple way to do this or a utility to use. We are using NW 5.1.

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Printing NDS trustee list

by jcharris In reply to Printing NDS trustee list

Since the Security.exe program is no longer available, you'll have to make do with a batch file approach, using NLIST. Try the following:
Create a blank file on the root of your C: drive called secure.txt.
Edit another file called Secure.bat andcopy the following lines into it:

:: SECURE.BAT
@echo off
:: Batch file to check Object Trustee Access Control Lists
:: Make sure the input text file exists
If not exist C:\secure.txt cd. >c:\secure.txt
::
:: Change context to the root.
::
cx /r
:: Let's put a time & date header on the text file:
Echo. >>C:\secure.txt
Echo ------------------------------------------------------------- >>C:\secure.txt
systime >>C:\secure.txt
Echo ------------------------------------------------------------- >>C:\secure.txt
Echo. >>C:\secure.txt
Echo. >>C:\secure.txt
Echo User Rights
Echo ------------------------------------------------------------- >>C:\secure.txt
::
Echo Checking User rights.
Echo Please be patient...
:: This will list all users and their rights as well as other objects.
NLIST Organization SHOW "Object Trustees (ACL)" /S >> C:\secure.txt
NLIST "Organizational Unit" SHOW "Object Trustees (ACL)" /S >> C:\SECURE.TXT
::
Echo End of listing
Echo ------------------------------------------------------------- >>C:\secure.txt
Echo End of listing >>C:\secure.txt
::
:: End of secure.bat

Login as admin and CX to (the batch file will also do this), use the /S flag to get more than the current container. To examine a single container, rem out the cx /r line and remove the /S flag.

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by stoews In reply to Printing NDS trustee list

We tried this approach however we received trustee list for the "object" rights not the "directory" rights. I require a listing by directory as to who has access.

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by jcharris In reply to Printing NDS trustee list

Use Tree>c:\tree.txt at the root of the volume to get the directory structure. Edit the file to change to each directory and then do a tlist to your audit file.

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by jcharris In reply to Printing NDS trustee list

You might do well to check this solution out:
http://www.novell.com/coolsolutions/tools/1222.html . I haven't tried it, but it sounds like exactly what your looking for.

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by stoews In reply to Printing NDS trustee list

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Printing NDS trustee list

by rlawsonrd In reply to Printing NDS trustee list

download from novell trustee.nlm. Will save all trustee assignments to file.

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