Moving files without losing rights

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I am upgrading my network from NT to 2003. I am trying to move folders and files without losing any user's rights or access from a NT 40 domain to a Windows 2003 domain. How do I do this?

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If you do not have the Robocopy you can also use xcopy. Go to the command prompt and type xcopy /?. The only gotcha is that if you are coping to an existing directory, you must have rights to that directory.

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  • SCAquarium
    Thanks for the feedback. I was able to download, off of the Microsoft web site, a migration utility. It is called FSmigrate.msi. It works great and can be used with other OS's.
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