Security Explorer provides an easy way to manage permissions on shares. Selecting the Share Permissions tab from the main window will bring up the interface seen above.
The dialog box at the top of the window allows you either type in the name of the server you wish to view share permissions on or to browse for the server you want, using the Browse for server... button. Note that if you type in the name of the server, you must place a double backslash before the server name and hit the Enter key when the name is typed.
The left explorer window shows a list of shares that are available on the machine. This provides you with the name and path of the share, including hidden shares. This window also has buttons that allow you to create or remove shares on the machine.
To the direct right you have the option to View current share properties. If you choose to do so, you will see the name, path and remark about the share. Just below this information, you will be given information on the maximum number of connections that the share will accept and the current number of connections to that share. Finally, permissions on the share will be clearly enumerated as seen in the picture. The option buttons at the very bottom of the window were already discussed. Please see "NTFS Permissions interface" for more information.