I have over 100 home folders I need to migrate ( leave no copy behind) a new folder called "migrated_users" in a new folder in the same volume
is it possible to take ownership of users' home folders and putting them in a new folder with robocoy or powershell?
I have a list of users in a csv file with their samaccoutnames that script needs to look and find their home folders in a share (\\servername\sharename\home) and then place them in a new folder (\\servername\sharename\home\migrated_users)
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