Sysinternals – Permissions, LoggedOn, Endpoints

How to Get the permission on folders:
PowerShell:
Get-ChildItem | Get-ACL
Path | Owner | Access

or more in depth use:

GUI based : Run AccessEnum against the drive or folder – (SysInternals tool) and save to text file (Run as administrator or a specific user)

Who is logged on via the resource shares:
Launch cmd and run PSLoggedon (SysInternals tool)
Displays :
1) Users logged on locally
2) Users logged on via resource shares

List TCP and UDP Endpoints connected
Run TCPView application (SysInternals tool) and save to text file

Ever need to identify the before and after changes in Active Directory
Use : ADExplorer (SystInternals tool)

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https://docs.microsoft.com/en-gb/sysinternals/downloads/sysinternals-suite

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