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    software/ script to show shared folder tree structure with permissions?

    Hi Guys,
    I am trying to get my server documentation in order and was wondering if anyone knows of either a bit of software or a script or something that could scan a drive and report back shared folders, their tree structure and also share / NTFS permissions??
    Cheers,
    Glenn.

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    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en

    Microsoft Base Line Security Analyser.

    Locates shared folders in a domain structure and outputs the results of its findings into an XML format.
    Hope that helps!

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    I think shareenum does this - free MS download

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    Dumpsec from Somarsoft does this very well - the interface is looking a bit dated but hey, it's free

    SystemTools.com - Windows NT/2000/XP/2003 System Management Software

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    Thanks guys!
    Will give these a try!

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    Can I just throw a spanner in the works and say you might want to think about going at it the other way? What folders have I got? Who should have access to them? How do I make that happen?

    If you've got a list of who owns what then you can simply run a script every night to make sure that the permissions are set like that.

    I know that might be dream world type territory but it's really easy to do "folder X is owned by user Y who manages group Z and group Z has rights on the folder"

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