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How to save the the Security Permissions

Posted on 2009-04-02
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I have two Windows 2003 servers that are currently in the same domain, the servers are being used for file sharing server. I would like to take move the files from one server to the next without losing the security permissions that I have already for my users. Can this be done?
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Is it best for me to run this on te server I'm coping it from or the server that I'm copying it to.

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I normally use it on the server I am copying from.
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thanks I will give it a try
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