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how to copy folder with its permissions?

By Kerah ·
I have 2003 server works as a file server ,and now i want to copy all the shared folders to another server located in another city which will collect all the shares all over the company. Is there any way to copy the shared files to the remote Server and retains it`s prermissions?

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yes you can do this

by markp24 In reply to how to copy folder with i ...

you can use DFS (built into MS server 2003/200
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsserver2003/technologies/storage/dfs/default.mspx

You can use 3rd party apps like replistore (but it costs$$)

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by rmaccara In reply to yes you can do this

More specifically, use the MS File Server MIgration Toolkit which will move all shares with permissions for you.
http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?DisplayLang=en&id=10268

RoboCopoy is a CLI free program from Microsoft in the Windows Resource Kit, and there is a free gui available if you prefer.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robocopy

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NTBackup can do it as well

by IcebergTitanic In reply to how to copy folder with i ...

Backing up and restoring will move the NTFS permissions, though not the share perms. Most folks do share permissions as everyone/full anyhow, and just use NTFS to regulate access.

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by Kerah In reply to how to copy folder with i ...

i made it by NT Back up and it works fine thanks for you all

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