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    robocopy

    Just need some clarification...

    I want to move everything from G to I and have the exact same permissions, shares, time stamps etc. Is this command correct:
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    robocopy G:\Shares I:\Shares *.* /e /zb /dcopy:T /sec /copyall
    Do i need all that? do i need more? do i need less?

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    This is the command I used when doing the same:

    Code:
    robocopy Z:\ "F:\staff shared" /COPYALL /E /R:0 /DCOPY:T
    Z being a mapped network drive to the folder on the old server.

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