powershell script to switch ownership of the files.

Hello,
Could you please recommend powershell script to switch ownership of the files.
For example from user@Source.com to the user@TARGET.com

Our users were re-created from scratch in the target forest, so we need to have a script to change ownerships of files from source users to target users.
We have a different naming convention in the target for users, so the script would need to read the input excel file where I have listed the directories and new owners for the files.

Is it possible? Please help. Thank you very much!
creative555Asked:
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unrealized92Commented:
subinacl is a Windows sysadmin's power tool for doing everything to do with ownership and ACLs. You can change the ownership to anyone other than just you (you can't do this with the GUI).

subinacl /file test.txt /setowner=domain\foo

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creative555Author Commented:
Thank you so much! I checked subinacl and it is a great tool indeed but not very user friendly.
What would be a command use input excel file with current owners and directories that I need to change ownerships for?
creative555Author Commented:
thanks!!
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creative555Author Commented:
I will just run it line by line and copy from excel. this will work. Thank you
creative555Author Commented:
hello,
Solution is just to do a batch file and run line by line like this. It is easier just to copy and paste from excel all the shares and save it as the batch file.

subinacl /file test.txt /setowner=domain\foo
subinacl /file test.txt /setowner=domain\foo
subinacl /file test.txt /setowner=domain\foo
creative555Author Commented:
This was a resolution. I just didn't realize i can run many lines in the batch file. :) THank you
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