troubleshooting Question

Using robocopy to retain subfolders, shared names and permissions?

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Windows NetworkingActive DirectoryVirtualizationWindows Server 2012* Data Migration
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Dear Experts, we need to copy about 800 GB shared data from VM to physical machine (via network). We intend to use robocopy (option  " /sec + /mir + /e " so that all subfolders, permisions will be retained. However, the shared names were lost (for example: \\shared_IP\test$)

So, can we have solution for this? we'd like to retain all subfoders/tree, their permissions and shared names. Many thanks as always!
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