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Copy a Folder to Another Folder on TeraStation 3010/5010 and Retain its Permissions


NOTE: This article assumes the TeraStation share has setup subfolder permissions.
Please refer to KB: Setting up subfolder permissions on a TS3010/5010 series Terastation

 

Using Robocopy:


Usage of Robocopy
 

For example:

Or

(Parameters/Options varies and depends on the environment and usage)


Additional Resources for Robocopy:

"Robocopy /B" does not copy the security information such as ACL in Windows 7 and in Windows Server 2008 R2

Robocopy on Windows Server 2008 SP2 does not copy folder permissions

Robocopy not copying NTFS permissions
 


Using XCOPY command:


HOW TO: Copy a Folder to Another Folder and Retain its Permissions
 

For example:

(Parameters/Options varies and depends on the environment and usage)

Note: The logon user account needs to have write privilege to the target folder. It is suggested to have full admin rights for both source and destination.
Also, open the Command Prompt using "Run as Administrator" (right-click on Command Prompt), then run the XCOPY or ROBOCOPY commands from within this prompt.

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