I'm trying to run a process that has been lying dormant on our system for a couple years. It involves the generation of a bunch of web pages that are written to a linux file then moved through a samba share to a windows server. At some point during all these transfers I'm getting the error message below for each .htm file attempted. I don't know hardly anything about linux and the guy who set all this up is long gone. I know this was working at one time.
linux mv:preserving ownership for '/webpages/123.htm': operation not permitted
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