When to execute SubInACL command to successfully migrate File Server to CIFS share ?

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    albertwt
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    Hi People,

    Does anyone here know when and where to execute the SubInACL command to make sure that the files and folders can be successfully copied over to the CIFS share with Robocopy script ?

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    subinacl.exe /subdirectories \CIFSFileServerFolder*.* /grant=Administrators=F /setowner=Administrators

    My concerns is that when running it on the source folder, it may break the existing file server ACL which is currently running in production.

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