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Tool for Transferring AD User Profiles unto a new server (from 2008 r2 to 2012 r2)

Posted on 2014-12-12
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I am trying to copy over AD user profiles unto a new file server and am looking for a way/tool that will save both permisions and date stamps of the files... Anyone know of a tool I can use?

I tried DirSyncPro, but it wont save permisions...

I am moving from server 2008 r2 to 2012 r2.
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have you taken a look at robocopy?
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Robocopy did it for me, thanks!
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