BPACLer displays all allow and deny access control entries (ACE) from the ACL for a selected file or folder. The selected file or folder owner information is also displayed on the same screen. View both standard and advanced permission entries.
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Description: BPACLer is a utility the displays a file or folder’s effective access control list (ACL) (user and group permissions) and owner information. BPACLer eliminates the tedious process of selecting a file or folder object and having to browse through each individual access control entry (ACE) to see the effective permissions for different users and groups (trustees). Through the ease of an explorer like interface, BPACLer quickly displays all allow and deny access control entries (ACE) from the ACL for a selected file or folder. The selected file or folder owner information is also displayed on the same screen. View both standard and advanced permission entries. This utility eliminates the jumping around typically necessary to view the ACL entries. This tool makes it much easier for a Network or system administrator to see exactly who does and does not have access to files and folders. BPACLer is a must have utility for system administrators.
Best of all BPACLer is available free of charge! BPACLer doesn't create any new registry-keys, change system settings or create hidden files on your computer. Simply remove the executable and supporting files and BPACLer is completely removed from your computer.
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