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My question is about admt. I am going to do security translation using ADMT on windows 2003 server with 10 TB shared data on it. There are shared level and NTFS level permission.  I am first going to use add option as i have still maintain NT domain and user . When i am doing security translation , are users still be able to access shared folders/ntfs on the server on which security translation is being performed.
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yes they are, its all run behind the scenes....however, i advise against making any changes at the time as far as permissions go :)
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