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Use NTBACKUP on Windows 2003 to restore on Windows 2008

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Would it be possible to use ntbackup on a windows 2003 file server and then restore on to a windows 2008 server.

I will be virtualizing the 2008 server and I would like to copy all the data with permissions in tact over to this new server.

I have about 160G-180G of data that needs to move and  
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If I wanted to copy all the data with all the permissions would this be the correct syntax:

robocopy Server2 Server3 [Accounting[2011 budget]] [/COPYALL]
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