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    share migration tool

    Hi all i need to migrate some sahres from one server to another and have the same share and ntfs permissions, can it be done if so is there a tool? (which is nice and easy to use) i thought i came across a microsoft one that did it but can't find it now.

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    Re: share migration tool

    Does ntbackup preserve this information?

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    Re: share migration tool

    Robocopy it now comes with a Gui interface.
    haven't got the URL at the mo but just google for robocopy ok

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    Re: share migration tool

    There's always XCOPY which will do this

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    Re: share migration tool

    Xcopy doesn't keep permissions AFIK Robocopy does - and works well.

    GUI Version Here

    2003 Resource Kit which contains Robocopy. Vista has it as standard.

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    Re: share migration tool

    xcopy /o - copy attributes and ACL, but for an easier life then use robocopy

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    Re: share migration tool

    Quote Originally Posted by TeddyKGB
    xcopy /o - copy attributes and ACL, but for an easier life then use robocopy
    So it does ops:

    Never noticed that before.

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    Re: share migration tool

    There is a microsoft utility to copy the share permissions too but I can't remember what its called, I have used it in the past.

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    Re: share migration tool

    Hi,

    I'm watching this thread ith interest because we have got to migrate data from local disks to SAN and need to keep the shares, permissions and also the files.

    The SAN will deliver basic disks to servers but what i need to do is to copy the files from the current drives to these basic drives that we will be using from now on. My plan is to :

    1) Restore the data using veritas backup to these basic disks (SAN)

    2)Manually create the approprite shares

    3) Use permcopy to copy the share permissions

    4) Change old drive letters to different letters

    5) Rename the new (SAN) drives to the correct drive letter

    Any thoughts as to what may go wrong??

    Plan B:

    1) Copy data using robocopy from old drives to new ones

    2) manually create the appropriate shares

    3) Use permcopy to copy the share permissions

    4) Change old drive letters to different letters

    5) Rename the new (SAN) drives to the correct drive letter


    any thought, suggestions welcome.

    Ash.

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