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SBS 2011 Migration Public Folder Replication

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Hi,
 
Doing a SBS 2008 to SBS 2011 migration. I have managed to move across all mailboxes to the new SBS 2011 server and is working fine however public folders are not replicating. I have followed the .\MoveAllReplicas.ps1 script as per the microsoft sbs 2008 to sbs 2011 migration guide. The public folder hierarchy has replicated across but not the content except for a couple of shared mail public folders?
 
At the moment everyones Outlook seems to be looking at the PF Hierarchy on the new server so its all blank.
 
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by:Andrew Davis
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I think you will find it is a permissions issue.
see http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd638132.aspx
 
Ensure you have all permissions and you are not in any deny group.

Cheers
Andrew
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issued turned out to be services not starting - now all working
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this worked
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