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    Re: How create report of all users in all groups?

    You can use Exporter Pro or Hyena to get the share security, but NTFS will have to be done in Hyena one server at a time.

    You can expand a server in Hyena's left window and right-click on Shares. From there you can choose View All Access Rights. This will give you a list of share security for that server.

    For NTFS you can select the share or shares you want then right-click and choose View NTFS Security. There is a checkbox to only display Directory security.

    Once the information is displayed in the right window you can do a Ctrl-a, Ctrl-c to copy the data to a delimited text file which can be opened with Excel.

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  • mlouie
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    Yes, I still need to be able to produce a report showing permission and not just share permissions but the NTFS file permissions in every directory (I use both types of security). I don't think I set any security on the file level, just the directory level, to keep it simpler. I have 3 W2K3 servers, 1 W2K, 1 NT4 and one SnapServer that uses W2K3 AD info. Only one W2K3 server and the SnapServer are file servers. The others have different roles like mail, phone system, backups and antivirus servers.

    [QUOTE]Originally posted by kstanush:
    [B]Do you still need to show the permissions on your network ?

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  • kstanush
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    Do you still need to show the permissions on your network ? If so, let us know approx. how many servers you have data on and whether you have share security or file/dir security set. If you only need security at the share level, that is easy. File/Directory security is also easiest if you have it set only on the directory level and not on individual files. But let us know and we can suggest the best options.

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  • mlouie
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    Thanks. I tried that and it worked. Our network is actually pretty small. Only 39 people and 90-some users on the domain (including all the test users, administrative users, services, etc.).

    [QUOTE]Originally posted by kstanush:
    [B]You are going to have a bit of trouble getting a report showing user access for a large network, but we can work on that last.

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  • kstanush
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    Re: How create report of all users in all groups?

    You are going to have a bit of trouble getting a report showing user access for a large network, but we can work on that last.

    To get a list of all group members:

    If your domain is Windows 2000, just display the groups that you want a membership listing for and display them in the right window, right click and select the View Members option. Then Control-A, Control-C, and paste the data into Excel.

    Another option (and your only option if you have a Windows NT domain) is to use Exporter Pro, which can export the groups and group members for all groups for a Windows NT or Windows AD domain. There is a sample export template already setup for an AD group member export, but let us know if you have questions using either approach to get your group membership listing. You don't have to do it one-by-one!

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  • mlouie
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    How create report of all users in all groups?

    I'm evaluating Hyena to see if it will meet our reporting needs for SAS 70 compliance. I need to be able to print out a report showing all the domain groups (local, global, universal) and all the members of them. I can't figure out how to do this in one report. All I can seem to do is print out reports one at a time of single groups, which is too time consuming. Is there a way to do what I want to do? Also, is there a way to print a report that would then show all the rights those groups have to files on the network?
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