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    Export list of shares and permissions?

    I'm sure I've seen a utility listed on here that will export a list of shares on a server and the permissions but I can't find it.

    Anyone now of it or another way of doing this?

    Thanks.

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    If you are looking to move a NTFS folder share structure from one server to another - the easiest way is probably to do a full backup with a program like Backup Exec or Yosemite and then restore teh backup to the new server.

    Another option would be to use robocopy top move the directory structure as I'm sure that can keep all the NTFS perms in tact, then you can manually recreate the shares.

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    I'm actually after the share permissions not the NTFS permissions.


    EDIT

    Ah I think the MBSA does it.

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    Is it this?

    The Windows Server 2003 Resource Kit includes a utility called Server Share Check. This is a command line utility that will list all non-hidden shares on a computer (it also works on Windows XP and Windows 2000). It also enumerates the Access Control List (ACL) for each share. In other words, it will tell you the user and groups who have access to a share and the type of access they have (no access, read, change, and full control).

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    Quote Originally Posted by cookie_monster View Post
    I'm actually after the share permissions not the NTFS permissions.
    These are saved in the registry...

    Code:
    HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\LanmanServer\Shares

    See Microsoft KB125996 for more details.



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