Q. How can I generate a csv file of all the folders that have user permission instead of group permissions?

I have scripted UserPerms.bat to generate a csv file of folders that have user permissions instead of group permissions.

The format of the csv file is:

"Domain\UserName","Folder Path"
"LocalComputer\UserName","Folder Path"

The syntax for using UserPerms.bat is:

UserPerms "Drive:\Folder" "ReportFile"


"Drive:\Folder" is the starting folder path, like C: or C:\Users.

"ReportFile"    is the fully qualified name of the csv file to generate.
UserPerms.bat contains:
@echo off
IF \{%1\}

\{\} GOTO bad IF NOT EXIST %1 GOTO bad IF \{%2\}

\{\} goto bad set pf=%1 set pf=%pf:"=%# set pf=%pf:\#=% set pf=%pf:#=% set report=%2 set f1=findstr "%USERDOMAIN%\ %ComputerName%\" set f2=findstr /V /L /G:"%TEMP%\UserPerms.tmp" if exist %report% del /q %report% if exist "%TEMP%\UserPerms.tmp" del /q "%TEMP%\UserPerms.tmp" for /f "Tokens=*" %%a in ('net group /domain^|find "*"') do ( set wrk=%%a set grp="%USERDOMAIN%\!wrk:~1!" @echo !grp!>>"%TEMP%\UserPerms.tmp" ) for /f "Tokens=*" %%a in ('net localgroup^|find "*"') do ( set wrk=%%a set grp="%ComputerName%\!wrk:~1!" @echo !grp!>>"%TEMP%\UserPerms.tmp" ) call :parse "%pf%" for /f "Tokens=*" %%a in ('dir /s /b /a /ad "%pf%"') do ( call :parse "%%a" ) if exist "%TEMP%\UserPerms.tmp" del /q "%TEMP%\UserPerms.tmp" endlocal goto :EOF :parse set obj=%1 set w1=%obj:"=% set w1=!w1:^)=! set w1=!w1:^(=! set w1=!w1:^&=! for /f "Tokens=*" %%x in ('cacls %obj%^|%f1%^|%f2%') do ( set w0=%%x set w0=!w0:^)=! set w0=!w0:^(=! set w0=!w0:^&=! if "!w0:~1,1!" EQU ":" call set w0=!w0:%w1% =! for /f "Tokens=1* Delims=:" %%y in ('@echo !w0!^%f1%^|find /i /v "ECHO is o"') do ( set w2=%%y call set w2=!w2:%w0% =! @echo "!w2!",%obj%>>%report% ) ) goto :EOF :bad @echo Usage: UserPerms "Drive:\Folder" "ReportFile" @echo. endlocal

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