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  • ChrisCo
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    Re: Exporter Pro "Access" Question

    <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Originally posted by cslater:
    <span style="font-weight: bold">Checking Microsoft for permissions made sense. sSrry I wasted your time with this one. But thank you for your help.</span></div></div>

    Hey man--that wasn't a waste of time! I was looking for the same info, didn't find it in the online Help, but Google found this page for me. Woohoo!

    In other words, thanks for asking. It helped me big time!

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  • kstanush
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    They are essentially what you see at the url in the above posting from Microsoft. If you need more information than that, let me know.

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  • jwagner
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    [QUOTE]Originally posted by kstanush:
    [B]Exporter Pro reports access rights as they are in Windows, rather than attempting to create a generic name for the access right, which causes us nothing but problems.

    It may have caused problems for you, but it's exactly what we're looking for. Is there a chance we can get ahold of the translation table you're using?

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  • cslater
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    Re: Exporter Pro "Access" Question

    Checking Microsoft for permissions made sense. sSrry I wasted your time with this one. But thank you for your help.

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  • kstanush
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    Exporter Pro reports access rights as they are in Windows, rather than attempting to create a generic name for the access right, which causes us nothing but problems.

    The ^ symbol is used to separate each right (you can change the delimiter is you want on the Output tab setting in Exporter Pro). The rights are named as closely as possible to the MIcrosoft security name. To get a general idea, visit:
    http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/defaul...cess_rights.asp

    You should be able to scan for a particular right once you know what to look for.

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  • cslater
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    Exporter Pro "Access" Question

    If I right click on a share and view the NTFS permissions for user X I get the following Read (RX) Read (RX). I assume this means that user X has Read and Execute permissions.

    If I run Exporter Pro and select Security for user X on the same share I get the following
    READ_ATTRIB^READ_DATA^READ_EA^READ_PERM^SYNC^LIST^ TRAVERSE
    Can you please explain the output or is there somewhere in the help file that explains this.

    Thank You,
    Clifton G. Slater Jr.
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