Hi @Julien Anid ,
You can use the PowerShell script to get the permissions of a document library in a specific SharePoint Site and export it in .csv format . The script gets the permissions report for all objects of the list (such as folders or files). Please find it in attachment: 209745-permission-report.txt
My test result:
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