NTFS Permissions Auditor - Online manual

Online manual

Profile exclusions


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1. Exclude system directories

Excludes critical system directories, that is necessary for the computer to operate properly. Usually it is not necessary to analyze the access rights of these directories.

2. Exclude reparse points

Excludes NTFS reparse points like directory junctions, symbolic links, etc. Usually it is not necessary to analyze the access rights of these directories, since they are redirect to other parts of the file system.

3. Limit depth

Limits maximum directory depth level.

4. Add exclusion (directory)

Exclude specific directory path or directory name from audit results.

5. Exclude disabled accounts

Exclude account from audit results, if account is disabled.

6. Add exclusion (account)

Exclude specific account from audit results.

Add exclusion (directory)


You have two options how to exclude directories from audit results - by directory path or by directory name.

Exclude by directory path

You can specify a directory path, which You want to exclude from audit results. If directory path contains any of exclude directory paths, it and all its subfolders will not be included in audit results.

Exclude by name

You can specify a directory name or part of it, which You want to exclude from audit results. If directory name contains this name, it and all its subfolders will be excluded from audit results.

Add exclusion (account)


Enter account name which You want to exclude from audit results for example, CONTOSO\MikeKing. Or browse accounts in Active Directory.

Select from AD

  1. Choose domain from list of available domains.
  2. Choose account type - user, computer or group.
  3. Enter account name or part of it.

Press select to verify this account. If one account will be found, then it will be selected, but if multiple accounts will be found - then You will be presented with account list to choose from.


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