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Hi,
The /sec switch does not seem to be in nt4 as in w2k. Is there a way of transferring security over in robocopy in nt4?
And are there any tricks for robocopying from one domain to another with trusts setup?

Any help would be v appreciated!

thanks in advance
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Hi scottyboy777,

an addition resource from Sembees site - all credit to him

http://www.amset.info/exchange/owa.asp
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scottyboy777,

sorry champrwrong Q
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