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    Tree structure (XP)

    I need to be able to go to a network drive and select one of the directories there. Then I need to produce a directory tree listing that shows all the directories and sub-directories that must also show all the files in each directory. Also, is there a way I can make another tree listing show the folders and/or files along with the names or groups that have access the them and what right they have.

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    Re: Tree structure (XP)

    I've used TreeInfo to do this sort of thing - it may do what you want?

    As for determining the security information, this is a bit of a minefield producing reams of output. The various Resource Kits contain programs like SUBINACL and there's DumpACL (previously known as DumpSEC) from Somarsoft, and so on
    <font face="Script MT Bold"><font color=blue><big><big>John</big></big></font color=blue></font face=script>

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    Re: Tree structure (XP)

    This is only a possible solution to the first part of your question. You might want to take a look at the <img src=/S/free.gif border=0 alt=free width=30 height=15> Karen's Directory Printer.

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    Re: Tree structure (XP)

    I looked at all the suggestion and found that Karen's was close to what they wanted. Will let me rephrase that, the first time I ran the dirlist it was what they wanted. Now they decided to change the request. Now the tree structure should only be of the directories and subdirectories, but now they want it to show the names/profiles of everyone that has access to these directories/sub-directories and what privaliges they have.

    Will management ever get it right?
    Thanks to everyone for their suggestions so far.

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    Re: Tree structure (XP)

    Just so you know, I went to look at your profile to see who "they" might be. There's an error in the link you give for your homepage. FYI.....

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    Re: Tree structure (XP)

    The company homepage should work now. At this time "THEY" are my Supervisor and Dept manager. We need to find out who is has access to some of our directories on the Servers. Normally I would be asking the Network group but they are very busy right now and this would have low priority.

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    Re: Tree structure (XP)

    This may be of some help/ value in solving some part of your problem.

    TreeCopy v1.10 <img src=/S/free.gif border=0 alt=free width=30 height=15>
    "Have you ever needed to copy a directory structure without copying the files? TreeCopy now makes this possible. Our small program will allow you to select the source directory and destination directory, and it will proceed to copy ONLY the directory structure. The utility is bundled with functionality such as a command line interface, display of Win32 or Win 3.x display, showing different drive types, and much, much more!TreeCopy is a free download, so try it out. "

    Alan

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