Powershell Script to Find all folders on a network drive that Domain Admins have access to and add permissions for a group called IT

For security purposes we are removing Domain Admins from our IT Staff accounts.  So we need a way to iterate through all of our network drive folders and find all folders that have granted Domain Admins rights and duplicate those rights for our group called IT.  Would anyone know how to accomplish this in powershell or otherwise?

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Jose Gabriel Ortega CastroCEOCommented:
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I think that there's no simple way to go thru this.
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usdchawaiiAuthor Commented:
No one responded so I kept researching other forums until I found the final workable solution.
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