I'm prety adept at using fileacl to set permissions so understand access control lists reasoanbly well.
However, given a specific folder with a set of ACL applied to it, is there a utility to tell you which ACL is giving a certain access?
The reason I'm asking is that, for some reason, on a specific folder, I've personally got the ability to create folders but other users cannot. The later is the correct state of affairs but I've looked at the ACL and just cannot see how I'm getting write access. And no, I'm not domain or local administrator.
UserAccess mydomain\username \server\data\folder1
Would display the access that user has on that folder. Windows obviously does all the time internally when determining what access a user has to a resource.