How to view Security Vulnerabilities Reports?

List of folders that have Deny permissions set (both Explicit and Inherited)

This report allows you to view Deny permissions assigned to folders.

Click on button.
 

Step 1: Report Selection

Select the report to be generated. Only one report can be generated at a time.
 

 
Click Next to proceed to the next step.

Step 2: Configure server or shared folder-list:

To configure servers or shared folders, click Click here to add servers or shared folders link.

 

You can select Include files present inside folders option to include all files from the specified folders in the report.
 

You can select Include Group members option to include all the members of a group and their sub-group members at all group levels in the report.
 

  • If you want to change the folder traversal option, click Edit… link available against each entry.

 
  • Include upto N level(s) of sub-folder(s) in the shared folder : This option will view permissions from sub-folders which are upto the specified folder traversal level.
  • Include only Nth level of sub-folder(s) in the shared folder : This option will view permissions from sub-folders which are in the specified folder level only.
  • Include folders after N level(s) of sub-folder(s) in the shared folder : This option will view permissions from sub-folders which are after the nth folder level of the selected folder.
  • Include only leaf nodes in the shared folder : This option will view permissions from the last child (leaf) nodes without affecting the parent folder’s permissions.
Click Next to proceed to the next step.

Step 3: Select User/Group Accounts:

This step is optional. Use this step to select user and/or group accounts for which you like to view the deny permissions for folders/files. To configure user / group accounts, click Click here to add user or group accounts link.

 


Click Finish to generate the selected report.
 
Once the data collection process is complete, the report would be generated in a report window as shown below: