Which users can access my file server's shares? What permissions are they assigned?
It's one of the most common questions asked by IT administrators and the management to which they report. With the native Windows tools, it can be quite a chore to figure out a user or group's effective permissions
in other words, what shares, files, and folders can they access across the network?
The DSRAZOR for Windows File System Permissions Reporter
saves you an enormous amount of time by reporting the effective
permissions of users, groups, and even objects within entire OUs across multiple file servers and their shares.
Easily audit and document file share permissions
DSRAZOR provides very simple reports that detail the type of access users and
groups have to your file servers' shares, folders, and files. Reports can be ran to list all trustees of your shares, including users, groups, and even objects within multiple organization units (
OUs) against any number of shares across multiple file servers simutaneously.
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- Report on effective permissions for file shares
- Effective share permissions are provided in a simple report
Detailed reports can be ran for share permissions, ACL documentation, explicit and inherited NTFS permissions, blocked inheritance,
and orphaned SID trustees
- Customizable reports
- Specify the servers, shares, and specific folders to report file access. Select which trustees (users, groups, and OUs containing users and groups) to include.
Reports can include Active Directory attributes for each trustee, including their Title, Office, Department, and assigned Manager