easy way of transfer shared file to another server

Posted on 2014-08-21
Last Modified: 2014-09-06
There's many shared folder & files in a windows server 2003 (sever A), what is the easy way to copy those shared files\ folder to server B (also windows server, server B) and retain the permission\ sharing setting?
Question by:litmic
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    robocopy source destination /sec /e
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    by:Pradeep Dubey
    you may use below command to mirror the folder (it may be drive or folder based on the given source)
    use below robocopy command:

    robocopy "Source folder path" "Destination folder path" /MIR /SEC /TEE

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