Copy file permissions between domains without a trust

Hi,

I'm looking to copy NTFS file permissions between 2 different windows 2008R2 domains.

The domains have no trust between them and the users accounts have been recreated in the same format in the new domain but the SIDs don't match.

If I copy the files over is there an easy way to recreate the NTFS permissions of a folder structure from domain A to Domain B.

thanks
Z1ggyAsked:
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Brian PiercePhotographerCommented:
No - as the SIDs do not match you will have to re-create the permissions manually.
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lindentoCommented:
Depending on how complex your structure is and how many diffenrent users we are talking about you could theoretically use Icacls to save the acl structure to a file modify the resulting file replacing old sid with corresponding new sids and then apply this file also using icacls to the new server file structure.
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SandeshdubeySenior Server EngineerCommented:
In the above senario the same cannot be achieved as the sid is different of users.If you want the sid same you can create trust and do user migration with ADMT.
http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/11996.interforest-migration-with-admt-3-2-part-1.aspx
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w_richardCommented:
Just check the trust levels between the domains and make sure they have trusted and trusting trusts in place.

I imagine without this, the systems would have problems trying to access resources on each other.

Please take this information lightly as I'm very new to server scene and I would hate to cause a problem. :
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Z1ggyAuthor Commented:
SET ACL allowed me to do what I was after. Unfortunately I couldn't create a trust between the 2 domains but the Set ACL tool allowed me to achieve what I needed.
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