Is there a utility or script that can map user names and permissions in one domain and apply those same permissions to a file server?
The situation is:
We are migrating users to a new domain. They have a new logon name for the new domain and ideally we want the new user name to have the same permissions to things like files shares as their equivalent old user name.
In other words is there a utility or script that can map the permissions of "Domain_A\User_JSmith" to "Domain_B\User_JSmith" and apply these on a file share or shared folder? or is this a manual job?
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