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    script to change permission on folders for new domain

    I currently have our current domain and a new domain running with a new way trust!

    What I want to do is add the new domain permissions on to the folder.

    For example a shared area might have 3 permissions on it currently
    SES\S-Staff
    SES\JLBloggs
    SES\MLBloggs

    I want the script to copy the username/group and put our new domain credentials on

    STAMFORD\S-Staff
    STAMFORD\JLBloggs
    STAMFORD\MLBloggs

    Is there a script I could use to do this or otherwise it will be alot of work going through each folder and adding the new permission

    Thanks

    Scott@Stamford Endowed Schools

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    You will need to use something like xcacls. An example of its use can be found at http://edugeek.net/wiki/index.php/Re..._on_homedrives

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