We have migrated from a SBS 2003 to SBS 2011. The folder shares were tranferred using robocopy and showed no errors or skips.
All looked fine until the old server was demoted and removed from the domain and the sbs2011 server was updated via windows update.
Now folders appear on both the old and new servers but some subfolders and files are inaccessible and not showing as being present.
When I right click on the folder and go properties, I see the number of files folders that should be viewable and bytes but these are not visible or accessible via explorer or the command prompt. I have tried changing the attrib but errors with file/folder not found.
I downloaded a tree size app and that showed correct files folder attributes etc.
It is strange that the original SBS which has been demoted and renamed is presenting in the same way.
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