Unzip onto your SharePoint Server. Use GEGETDOCCONFIG /? to see a list of commands - list is as follows:

Usage:
GEGetDocConfig -u URL of site to check -d Document Library Title -a -[f
NameOFOutPutTextFile] -o FC/HC/CN/DE/AP/RD/XX

Example 1
GEGetDocConfig
This will display information from all document libraries and from all sites inall web apps on the farm showing those who have full control on those sites.

Example 2
GEGetDocConfig -u http://mysharepoint
This will display information concerning all document libraries from the mysharepoint site.

Example 3
GEGetDocConfig -u http://mysharepoint -d MySharedDocs
This will display information concerning MySharedDocs document library in the mysharepoint site.

Example 4
GEGetDocConfig -u http://mysharepoint -d MySharedDocs -a
This will display information INCLUDING all the files in the MySharedDocs document library in the mysharepoint site.

Example 5
GEGetDocConfig -u http://mysharepoint -e
This will display information from document libraries in site http://mysharepoint which have Incoming emails set against them.

Example 6
GEGetDocConfig -f AllSites.txt
This will display information about all document libraries in all sites to the text file AllSites.TXT

Example 7
GEGetDocConfig -o RD -F AllSites.txt
This will display information and READ access security roles for all document libraries in all sites to the text file AllSites.TXT

Example 8
GEGetDocConfig -o XX -f Allsites.txt
This will display information and security ignoring roles for all document libraries in all sites to the text file AllSites.TXT

Example 9
GEGetDocConfig -o XX -a -f Allsites.txt
Same as example 8, but list all documents in all document libraries in all sites and output the list to allsites.txt. Note you should not run this for large SharePoint instances!

Last edited Feb 9, 2015 at 7:52 PM by GeoffE, version 2

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