Managing File Shares After Configuration
Configuring shares can be a time-consuming process especially if you are trying to troubleshoot why a particular user doesn't have access or set up a new server with the same file shares as a server you are decommissioning. Fortunately, there are two tools you can use to help you better manage file shares and the way they are implemented:
Both tools are found in the Windows Server 2003 Resource Kit, and each is discussed in the sections that follow. Keep in mind that you should use an account with administrative privileges to run these tools.
Tracking and Logging File Share Permissions by Using SrvCheck
SrvCheck is a handy tool for helping you track file share and print share permissions on ...
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