How do I fix ACL for all user's redirected My Documents folder?

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We recently upgraded our fileserver with more hard drives and needed to move the location we stored all our user's My Documents folder.  When we first started using this in group policy, it created a folder and pointed everyone's My Documents to //fileservername/users/USERNAME/My Documents/.  The problem with this is, it would not let me copy over the Users directory from one hard drive to the other.  To do this, I had to give administrator ownership of all the folders.  I'm wanting to know that now I've moved it, is there a way for me to give ownership back to the users WITHOUT having to go in to each folder one by one?  I want to do this so that their My Documents will be nice and secure like it used to be.
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I would normally use XCACLS for this.  Here is a link:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/318754

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