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When using the legacy audit settings located at: Windows Settings > Security Settings > Local Policies > Audit Policy > Object Access, that is very coarse and may create a lot of noise, depending on the objects may have auditing enabled. If you set legacy auditing to Not Configured, and enable Advanced Auditing located at: Windows Settings > ...


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Robocopy can copy the files, folders, permissions, etc. but not the Share information. You'll need to export the Shares from the registry on the source server and import them into the registry on the destination server.


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I had the same issue. Once I modified secpol.msc to these settings, it worked: Network security: LAN Manager authenitcation level - Not Defined Network security: Minimum session security for NTLM SSP based (including secure RPC) clients - Require 128-bit encryption Network security: Minimum session security for NTLM SSP based (including secure RPC) servers ...


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If using the Desired State Configuration File Resource as suggested by @Davidw, I recommend using the Checksum property as well (https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn282129.aspx). If you don't use the Checksum property, the file will never be updated because you're comparing only the file or directory name, which I'm assuming you're not changing ...


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You should really look at Microsoft DFS to do what you're talking about. It provides a way to abstract the physical location of data by bringing everything together in one place. So, for example you would have: 2 cluster nodes (FSCL1, FSCL2) 2 clustered file services (FS1, FS2), running on the above nodes 2 domain-based DFS namespaces (HOMES, SHARES), ...


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I'm assuming, since you say the server is prompting for passwords and because the server is in a domain that the users in question are not part of the domain. If the users are part of the domain, look at the NTFS file permissions inside the share and make sure that everyone you want to have access does, in fact, have access. You have to set the ...


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I tried this using the advice from all of the above and devising my own solution... This is a way to get the shares of all the OTHER computers on the ntwk - not just the shares of THIS computer or of a single computer at a dos prompt... NET VIEW > C:\TEMP\SVRS.TXT (THEN EDIT SVRS.TXT) (SEE STUFF LIKE THIS:) \\COMPUTER1 \\COMPUTER2 \\COMPUTERX (REPLACE ...



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