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Hello,

I have been searching online but haven't been able to find the precise answer I am looking for.

I have a server setup on a Windows server 2003R2. Initially we weren't sure what we were going to do with it but made it a file server.

There are 100s of groups that access has been delegated to some 4000 users.

Is there a "best way" to create a list of the shares, users and quotas for all of them?

Thanks!

norseman

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Are you talking about shares, or what ntfs permissions have been set on folders/files that are shared or under the shares.

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Shares mainly. We will be migrating the folders where the NTFS permissions should carry over just fine.

We used Windows Server 2003 Standard and not the file services version... I think there is a more robust version which has this all documented.

I can export the share list, that is not a problem. Ann all in one that would also include the list of users and quota for each share would make things a lot easier and save me a few weeks time.

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I've done this so far: <c:\>net share > c:\shares.txt

That gives me some of the details, not exactly what I want but what can ya do! :p

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In a normal work setup, normally share permissions are just set to everyone and you limit via ntfs permissions. So not sure what a users list on shares is going to get you?

As to quotas - there lots of different ways to set that.. Did you set by user?

Here is a good tool for dumping access permissions, this might help you.
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb897332

And here is a tool that you could use to check what permissions are set on your shares - but like I said normally that is just everyone full control and then lock down with ntfs

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb897442

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