[Samba] Viewing ACL's

Jim Wharton creole3 at bellsouth.net
Tue Mar 25 04:02:20 GMT 2003

You can use the xcacls tool tha comes with the 2000 ResKit. I use it to pipe
the results into text files. I keep them on my wall so I can immediately
tell who can go where.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Matthew Burgoon" <samba at schwartz.shutdown.com>
To: <samba at lists.samba.org>
Sent: Monday, March 24, 2003 8:50 PM
Subject: [Samba] Viewing ACL's

> As I said in my previous (unanswered but think I got it figured out)
> question, I'm transitioning my 3 NT domains to a single samba server,
> and currently the NT group stuff is a bloody mess, and just want to
> redo it, and the best way for me to do this is to figure out what groups
> are being used, and who are members of those groups, blah blah blah. The
> latter is fairly easy, but I'm not coming up with a good way of finding
> out what groups are currently being used, or what the various ACL's are.
> Does anyone know of any way to traverse an SMB share, or local NTFS
> filesystem and basically do a dump of all of the ACL's of the various
> files? Or am I just hoping for too much? I thought smbcacls could
> possibly do it, but it doesn't seem to have a 'list ACL' option.
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