[SunHELP] how to find out what files a user or group has access to.
Grindell, Joan M.
GrindellJ at SEC.GOV
Thu Apr 26 08:59:09 CDT 2007
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Subject: Re: [SunHELP] how to find out what files a user or group has
Grindell, Joan M. wrote:
> Good morning all,
> I'm pretty sure there is a way of finding out what files a
> particular user or group has access to and what type of access they
> have. I think the find command will probably work but I don't know
> arguments I need to use.
> Any help would be appreciated.
The capabilities of Sun and GNU find differ. Which are you using?
Basically, with Sun find, you're going to want something like this:
find / -user USERNAME -ls
find / -group GNAME -ls
With GNU find, you can use this syntax, but also have the option of:
find / -uid nnn -ls
find / -gid nnn -ls
If in doubt, 'man find' is your friend.
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