Window NTFS Permissions Reporting Tool
- Instantly report and export NTFS folder permissions
- local or network shared folders
- See who has rights to what
How Does it Work?
NTFS Permissions tool is very easy to use. It requires no installation and only requires two simple steps to run.
Step 1: Click Run
To start just open the tool and click the run button.
Step 2: Type in folder path to run NTFS report
To view a folder NTFS permissions type this command.: replace \\server\path with a local folder or a remote share.
Get-FolderPermissions -path \\server\path
For this example, I'll do a remote share
This will display the report in the console
To export the report to csv instead of displaying to the console run this command. Change the path to whatever you want.
Get-FolderPermissions -path \\server\path | export-csv -path c:\path\folder-permissions.csv
Now you have a csv file you can open with excel that will have all the NTFS permissions stored in it.
Report Subfolder NTFS Permissions
By default, this tool will report on all parent folders in the path you specify. You can use the -depth parameter to include subfolders in the report. To view the parent folder and one subfolder deep use this command
get-folderpermission -depth 1 -path \\server\path
In the screenshot below you can see the tool now reports the parent folder and any subfolder 1 level deep. In this example, the accounting folder had two subfolders included in the report.
Just increase the depth number to report on more subfolders.
get-folderpermission -depth 2 -path \\server\path
In the screenshot above you can see the report now includes the parent folder and two subfolders deep.
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