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How can I copy a directory (or file) from one NTFS disk to another without losing the permissions?

When I copy NT sets "Everyone, Full Control"
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hagaiy earned 800 total points
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if you create a directory and set its permissions,every thing that you will copy there will get its permissions.
you might also want to try scopy.
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Thanks, Scopy did it!!!
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