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Old 06-15-2017, 04:08 PM   #1
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Hi All,

I'm hoping someone can help me with this question:

Is there a program or utility that i can run that would output the file structure, permissions, etc. in paper form of AD if I ever have to rebuild it in the event my systems are no longer accessible?

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Check this script. I've used it. You'll likely have to create some basic "structure layout", but this will do shares and permissions.
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Thanks djaburg!

I think there are some parameters that I have to set, but am not sure since I'm brand-new at PS. Here's what I am getting:

ADMIN$
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Unable to obtain permissions for ADMIN$
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C$
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Unable to obtain permissions for C$
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IPC$
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Unable to obtain permissions for IPC$
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...trying to figure it out.

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I'm not sure where to put the server name....I've tried the obvious: -ComputerName, $computer...but still not working. I know it's something I am not doing right.

Would you mind pointing me in the right direction, please?

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The script MUST be run from the computer you're trying to determine the permissions. In other words, it must be run ON the server. You shouldn't have to change anything in the script if you're doing that. Obviously you'll need to have administrative privileges to do that.
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Yup! Got it...all working beautifully now.

Thank you all for your input...I know it must be frustrating working with a newbie!
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