How to view Shares and Resources information?

Click   to view the following information: Share Name, Path, User Name, Security, Maximum, Comment

How to view permissions of folders in a share?

Click and the “Folders and Permissions” dialog appears for the selected computer. 



You can view permissions of folder(s) in a share or for all the shares in the selected server by selecting “All shares” option or “Select share(s)” option respectively.

You can also optionally include the sub-folder(s) information by selecting the “Include sub-folders” option.

The sub-folder(s) having permissions identical as the parent folder would be shown in bold text with "Same as parent" in both User Name and Security fields in the report. If you do not want folders with identical permissions as the parent folder reported, then select, the "Do not display folders that have same permissions as the parent folder" option. This option will not report folders with identical permissions as the parent folder.

To view up to a certain level of sub-folders, select the "Traverse only 'n' level(s) of sub-folder in the share" option and specify a sub-folder level, Where the levels are numbered as follows:
\\server\sharename\Level 1\Level 2\Level 3...

Note: The "Include sub-folders" option defaults to enumerating all the sub-folders unless you specify a sub-folder level in "Traverse only 'n' level(s) of sub-folder in the share" option.

Note: The "Do not display folders that have same permissions as the parent folder" option would be enabled by default.

The report would be displayed as shown below:

How to view permissions of files in a share?

Click and  the "Files and Permissions" dialog appears for the selected computer. 



You can view permissions of files in a share or for all the shares in the selected server by selecting "All shares" option or "Select share(s)" option respectively.

You can also optionally include the sub-folder(s) information by selecting the "Include sub-folders" option.

The files having permissions identical to the parent folder would show up with "Same as parent" in both User Name and Security fields in the report. If you do not want files with identical permissions as the parent folder reported, then select, the "Do not display files that have same permissions as the parent folder" option. This option will not report files with identical permissions as the parent folder.

To view up to a certain level of sub-folders and files, select the "Traverse only 'n' level(s) of sub-folder in the share" option and specify a sub-folder level, where the levels are numbered as follows:
\\server\sharename\Level 1\Level 2\Level 3...

Note: The "Include sub-folders" option defaults to enumerating all the sub-folders unless you specify a sub-folder level in "Traverse only 'n' level(s) of sub-folder in the share" option.

Note: The "Do not display files that have same permissions as the parent folder" option would be enabled by default.

The report would be displayed as below: