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Windows Server 2012 R2 Robocopy to migrate file server ?

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    albertwt
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    Hi People,

    Can anyone here please suggest what is the correct parameter to be use when copying one file server data to another ?

    here’s what I use initially:

    robocopy.exe “\Server2008SourceData” S:Data *.* /COPYALL /DCOPY:DAT /E /MIR /SECFIX /SEC /XO /ZB /R:0 /W:0 /NP /NFL /NDL /TEE /LOG:”C:Result.log”[/CODE]

    but somehow the directory inherited permission that is copied across from the old file server 2008 to the new S: drive on the Windows Server 2012 R2 got different inherited directory permission ?

    My existing AD account is already member of Local admin on both file servers and I have run as administrator on the batch script.:cry:[CODE]robocopy.exe “\Server2008SourceData” S:Data *.* /COPYALL /DCOPY:DAT /E /MIR /SECFIX /SEC /XO /ZB /R:0 /W:0 /NP /NFL /NDL /TEE /LOG:”C:Result.log”[/CODE]

    but somehow the directory inherited permission that is copied across from the old file server 2008 to the new S: drive on the Windows Server 2012 R2 got different inherited directory permission ?

    My existing AD account is already member of Local admin on both file servers and I have run as administrator on the batch script.:cry:

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