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iPrint Appliance: miggui ACL migration

I just ran a printer migration (miggui) from our OES 11 iPrint server to our iPrint appliance (version All printers appear to have migrated successfully with no errors however I noticed that none of the printer ACLs migrated with the printers.

I was told that if I had the users imported into the iPrint appliance before the printer migration process that the ACLs would transfer during the migration process. I attempted the migration after the users were imported into the iPrint appliance with no success of the ACLs migrating from the source server.

Any ideas what I missed or how I can get the ACLs from the Source iPrint server to the Target iPrint appliance?

Thanks in advance!
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