If as an administrator I remove all permissions from a folder - and set the owner to another user in Active Directory, I will not be able to copy that folder through explorer to another folder/drive ...
Why should ROBOCOPY (XP026, the Windows Server 2003 version) work better through a mapped drive than local?
This page suggests that mapping a local drive to a network drive and using the network drive will help with permissions issues. This doesn't make sense to me, because: ROBOCOPY /B is supposed to ...
I have this issue, I am trying to copy home directory from one server to another using robocopy. Now, my issue is, would robocopy be able to bring over all the permissions as well? Here is the ...
Force ownership of folder structure without replacing other permissions - Windows Server 2008 R2 - takeown is erasing all other permissions
Logged on as local Administrator. Trying to put Administrator as owner of all files and folders on a drive. The drive contains an existing folder structure with securities/permissions/acls copied from ...