The first official release of my file system permissions reporting tool is finally available, as either a free edition or a standard edition.
You can find more information, screenshots, and a download link here: Cjwdev NTFS Permissions Reporter
There have been a few changes since the last BETA, but nothing too major (see version history here for details). Thanks again to everyone that sent in their feedback and helped to improve the product, I’m very happy with the finished version. Of course there are still features that I want to add to future versions, and I will be compiling a list here so that you know what to look forward to: Future Version Details
You can find pricing details for the standard edition here: Purchase NTFS Permissions Reporter
I think the prices are very fair, considering some rival products start at around $600 (and personally I think my application is better, but of course I would say that! )
The free edition is also now available to download – obviously its completely free, and is the same as the standard edition apart from the following limitations:
- No command line support
- Results cannot be emailed automatically (not much point in this without command line support anyway)
- Results can only be exported to HTML file, not CSV
- Filters cannot be applied
Hopefully the free edition is still useful, as it still provides a quick and easy way to view permissions on multiple directories and allows the results to be exported for others to see.
As always I’d love to hear what you think and I hope you find this tool useful.