We have a Windows Server 2008 R2 AD Domain Infrastructure with Roaming profiles through Group Policy. The permissions for the user folders where the profile.v2 folder resides is not owned by the users for replication/backup reasons. However whenever we run a Robocopy on the users directory share we cannot copy the profile.v2 folders.
We'll be moving all of our shares including the roaming profiles over to a SAN device later this year; so I'll need to know how to resolve this issue. Not sure if I need to take ownership of this folder as I do not want to break permissions on the user's end.
Does anyone know of a way to effectively copy/backup the profile.v2 folder?
The alternative, if the SYSTEM user doesn't have the right permissions to make the changes, would be to add a startup script for all your users that runs the ICACLS command under their account when they
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