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In Brief

Identify the eDirectory users with effective rights in one or more specified directories.


Product Categories:
  • eDirectory
  • Functional Categories:
  • Secure Identity
  • Server Utilities
  • Updated:20 Jul 2005
    File Size:520KB
    License:Public Domain
    Home Page:
    Publisher:Wolfgang Schreiber


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    This application allows you to scan for the effective trustee rights one or more NetWare directories.

    You can add the target directories to a list and decide individually, what directories to analyze.

    Once you have selected your targets, you can start the scan - the results will be displayed during the scan.


    • Tab "Select Start Path"
      • Select a fileserver and a start directory (any volume or any subdirectory)
      • You may add one or multiple paths that are to be scanned.
      • The path is selected by double-clicking on it, and it will be displayed in the lower window.
      • Your selection will be saved for your next session.
      • The checkbox indicates, if the path is included during the next scan.
    • Tab "Scan for Trustees"
      • Choose a verbosity level between 1 (summary info) and 5 (detailed debug info)
      • Click "Scan for Effective Trustees" to start the search.
    • Getting results
      • The results context menu (right mouse click) offers the option to save the results as a text file
    • Getting the registered version

    Note: the results will be incomplete if you do not have sufficient rights

    Changes Log:
    • 2004/02 Initial version
    • 2005/03 Switch between summary view and details view
    Latest .exe: 6/14/05

    Windows Win95/98 / WinNT/Win2k/WinXP

    Requires: NetWare Client32 / NWErr32.dll, available from

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