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  • Exporting file Permissions

    In an attempt to set audit setting for files on the root of the C: drive via GPO, one of the admins inadvertantly changed the permissions on every file on the drive. I would like to run an export that will give me the permissions set on every file and directory on a server for comparison with a server to which the GPO was not applied. I can't seem to find exactly how to do this. Can someone point me in the right direction?

    Many thanks,

    John

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    Re: Exporting file Permissions

    You can select your server in Hyena's right window, then go to Tools->Exporter Pro->Export Selected Objects. Click the Settings button and configure Security Access, and create a template under File/Directory.

    In Security Access you will set it to export permissions, and the File/Directory template is where you will set what shares you want it to run against, etc.

    Make sure you disable all other exports so that only these are running. Once you have it configured you will click the Start Export button to run it.

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