I really like the way Powershell can make my like so much easier, but still struggle to get the correct lines of code.
Is there a way to get a list of all (unc) folders that have permissions linked to a specific security group?
I know the way to get all permissions on a specific unc path:
Get-acl $Path | select -expand access
but I am looking to reverse this to output the folders where this security group is used.
So input should be somthing like $Securitygroup (e.g. Active Directory Security Group)
And output should be like
\unc path x
\unc path y
\unc path z
Hope someone is able to help me out.