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Checking NSS Rights of all users


I'd ideally like a document that I can keep as a historic backup that shows everyone rights on X date.

The below does it for one user... is the only way to do it for all users to grab a list of all the users and pipe their name into the jrbutil below?

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[h=2]Re: Effective rights on NSS and rights reporting[INDENT]Hi,

You should be able to get all user rights with this command : trstlist .user.context .* /h /a /c=df /j /w=ofbr /l=nowrap,"c:\test.log"

It will take some time to scan all servers and volumes from the beginning of the tree .*

Hope this help


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