About DAC Reports

The DAC Reports feature provides many options to view the Dynamic Access Control (DAC) effective permissions on shared Folders. You may view the selected Account effective DAC permissions on shared folders and the associated effective DAC permissions for specific folders. You may also check the folders affected/not affected by DAC Central Access Policies and view the Central Access Policy and Central Access Rule (CAR) available on the selected Domain/Server. Here are some examples of how you may make effective use of this feature :

  1. Determine what type of permissions and conditions have been configured for each the Central Access Rules in Central Access policy over the domain.

  2. Search on who have access limited permissions by DAC on which folders.

  3. Select a set of accounts and determine for which shared folders they have DAC permissions.

  4. Determine on which shared folders and sub-folders have been affected/not affected by the Central Access Policy.

  5. Select a Set of Domain(s)/Server(s) and determine the configured Central Access Policies and Central Access Rules.

The DAC reports feature provides reports in the following categories :
Report Name Description
Effective DAC permissions for specific users and groups on folders

Reports the effective DAC permissions for the specified users and groups.

Effective DAC permissions for Accounts having permissions on specific folders

Reports the effective DAC permissions for the specified folders.

List of Central Access Policies (CAP) and Central Access Rules on the Domain

Reports the Central Access Policies (CAP) and Central Access Rules configured for a domain.

Folders affected/not affected by DAC Central Access Policies

Reports the folders affected/not affected by the DAC Central Access Policy and Central Access Rules.

Note : The DAC Reports feature can run on Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2012 and Windows Server 2012 R2 computers only.