Help using subinacl please.......

We have migrated data from our NT4 domain to a NAS box in a new 2003 AD domain. However the ntfs has not been moved across, when we robocopy with the /sec switch we get "access denied" messages after each file and only the folder structure is copied to the new domain.
Can I use subinacl on the NT4 box or is it just to be run on 2003 server? We only have a NAS box online at the mo in the new domain...

Any help would be appreciated!
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Verify a Trust
To verify that the trust relationship is working, follow these steps on the Windows Server 2003-based domain controller: 1. Click Start, point to All Programs, point to Administrative Tools, and then click Active Directory Domains and Trusts.
2. In the console tree, right-click the domain that contains the trust you want to verify, and then click Properties.
3. Click the Trusts tab, and then under either Domains trusted by this domain (outgoing trusts) or Domains that trust this domain (incoming trusts), click the trust to be verified, and then click Properties.
4. Click Validate.  
Sounds like you have trouble with TRUSTs ?

By the way, are you sure the NAS-box is actually part of new domain and not a standalone device?

'Can I use subinacl on the NT4 box or is it just to be run on 2003 server?' yes, with dom1\admin1 and dom2\admin2 users.
scottyboy777Author Commented:
Yes the nas box is def in the new AD.
It does seem to be a TRUST issue....
As NO ntfs/acl's have copied to the new domain, I'm not sure that subinacl can help? It seems people use subinacl when the ntfs have been copied across but the domain entry in the ace is pointing to the old domain.
Any ideas how to test the trust?

thanks in advance
scottyboy777Author Commented:
I've validated the trust and all seems ok. Any other idea's as to why ntfs permissions are not being copied to the new domain when I use the /sec switch with robocopy??

thanks in adv
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