Howto: server 2003 list all local groups users shared folders permissions

You’ll need an app called Srvcheck.exe: Server Share Check.

This can be obtained with the Windows Server 2003 Resource Kit Tools

At an administrator command prompt run (in directory where srvcheck.exe is located):

srvcheck \\server-name

obviously replace “server-name” with whatever machine you want the list the user/groups/shares for

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