Re: When to execute SubInACL command to successfully migrate File Server to CIFS share ?

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Albertwt
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Re: When to execute SubInACL command to successfully migrate File Server to CIFS shar

James Haynes;285001 wrote:
i dont know where you intend to run it, so i will refer you to a syntax and explanation for the SubInACL command:

SUBINACL.exe

maybe you could tell us what your trying to do… like to see if the files are the admins and then to copy them, or if they arent, let the admin take them then copy via xcopy/robocopy…

am i making sense about this not making sense? hehe, sorry…

James,

Thanks mate for the reply.
What I need to know or run is the SubInACL command to take ownership of the data, should I do it before or after I do the Robocopy ?

and then where from (source/destination server) should I execute the SubInAcl command ?

because my problem is that in the new file server, I cannot browse to the subdirectories that is copied over.