I want to migrate several shared folders form one QNAP-System (TS-EC879U-RP - 4.3.4.0644) to a new other QNAP-System (TS-EC880U - 4.3.5.0713).
Both systems joined the same Windows AD and uses Windows-ACL and Extended Folder Permissions.
On the new system, I created the same shared folders as on the source. I have not set any permissions on the new system before I started the migration.
When I copy a Shared Folder to the new systems via “NAS-to-NAS” the NTFS Folder permissions are not set properly (e.g. AD-groups are converted to UNIX-Groups – see Screenshots). I set the Options to replicate ACL and Extended Folder Permissions.
Is that behavior normal?
How can I copy shared folders to a new qnap system with Windows-ACL-Permissions?
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Have you tried something like Robocopy that respects the ACLs.
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