I apologize for the late response, and thank you for the suggestion.
This is something we have considered in the past, but thus far this feature request hasn't made it to our road map yet. Can you elaborate on what exactly what you would like to see?
Would you just be looking for a report that lists directories and files and their respective permissions? Or, would you want to also be looking for reports that show to which resources a user has access to?
Just crawling folders and displaying permissions would be pretty straightforward and feasible in the near future. The ability to specify a user and display files/folders that user has access to would be more involved however (especially when permissions from Non-AD groups/users are used).
Are you looking for a "simple" report that shows folders and files along with the associated permissions, or are you also looking for the ability to run reports that show files/folders accessible to a specific user/group?
I am looking for a tool which can crawl through a file server whatever you have it set to and what ever shared folders and files you select to audit is what it crawls through. It will then save the data to a database in which you can query the information to understand who has read/write/modify/delete access for users.
If the folder has a group on the directory it will then look up who is part of the group and it will extract each user who is part of that group and show up in the report.
Let me know if you have further clarifications.
That makes sense, although we would likely integrate it with our ADMonitor feature, which, in 4.3, will include a group inventory. We'll get back in touch once we're ready to get started on this if we need any clarification.
Thank you again for your feedback!
It would be a great feature if you folks were able to scan permission of files and folders as a lot of auditors needs for companies to complete this and review the results every 6+ months.
Having an automated way to complete this using this solution would be helpful.