How To Save File Permissions For Transfer
One of the biggest pains when performing an entire file server migration or simply moving a few file shares around is permissions. File permissions have always been a black box to most IT admins. What seems like an easy task when setting basic permissions can soon turn into a nightmare when attempting to transfer them to another location. Visions of Security Descriptor Definition Language (SDDL) strings, propagation and inheritance values soon turn an admin’s day into a nightmare. Let’s try to prevent that as much as possible by building a small script that will at least make your day dealing with file system permissions a little bit better.
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