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Cross Empire Migration IRFs

When performing a Folder to Folder migration (eDir to AD) all of my data migrates successfully. My top level folder on the target receives full rights (which were assigned in eDir). However the sub-folders do not have the IRFs that were assigned in eDir. Is this how the migration works in transferring rights or am I doing something wrong.

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On 03.10.2013 18:26, kbannister wrote:
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> When performing a Folder to Folder migration (eDir to AD) all of my data
> migrates successfully. My top level folder on the target receives full
> rights (which were assigned in eDir). However the sub-folders do not
> have the IRFs that were assigned in eDir. Is this how the migration
> works in transferring rights or am I doing something wrong.


It transfers all rights which are _set_ on files/folders on NSS side -
it does not handle IRFs (those don't exist in NTFS similarly..).
Sadly the documentation doesn't really mention this!

Atleast this was the case with v3.0.4 when we did the migrations.

But, it does give you the list of IRFs that are used on the selected
data when you look at Preview Report for example, so you know to check
those up manually after the migrations.

sk

HAMK University - OES, NW, GW, NCS, eDir, Zen, IDM, NSL - www.hamk.fi
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