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Is there any way to move data from a 2000 srvr to a 2003 srvr and maintain security during the copy?

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Is there any way to move data from a 2000 srvr to a 2003 srvr and maintain security during the copy?
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Since Pete is speaking of Robocopy, and it comes with the W2K3 Resource Kit, I thought I would help and provide the link to the download site for these tools..   MS has provided these tools free, which is very much appreciated in the community..  :)

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=9D467A69-57FF-4AE7-96EE-B18C4790CFFD&displaylang=en
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Thanks FE I think the download is one of them though :)

Easter Weekend is upon us - Hope you and yours have a good one :)
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Okay, did not see it there..

Always look forward to this time of year...  Easter means Springtime, and the many nice things that brings..  Hope you have a good one too..!!!
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Anybody see anything wrong with this command?

robocopy \\data05\d$\users \\data05new\d$\users c*.* /E /SEC

Obviously I'm trying to copy over all of the user folders that begin with C, but it is copying everything beginning with A and I cant find anything wrong with my command.

- Chris
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Actually, no I don't see anything wrong with your command..  hmm
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Thanks caw..  but I believe we really should have split these points with Pete, as he did suggest the answer long before me..  If you want to go back and do this, just post a comment in Community Support and they will be glad to assist you in this...     I think it the only fair thing to do..

FE
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I dont mind Bill, Points dont bother me, just glad everyone is happy :)
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Well, just want you to know that I was thinking of you here...   :)
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:)
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No problem.  Sorry.  Its the first question I've accepted.  Didnt know what the process was.  I chose yours because it was the "most" helpful in that it actually provided the link.  However you are correct, both responses did provide the answer to my question.
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