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Problems with data transfer between servers.


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sewildman50

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*Edit* WORKED AROUND PROBLEM BY LOGGING IN AS INDIVIDUAL CLIENTS, THEN TRANSFERRING FOLDERS

Hi,

We are currently in the process of switching from Windows NT to Windows Small Business Server. Our task right now is to transfer individual client folders from the old server to the new.

The individual folders are visible on the new server and full access rights for admins has been granted to the folders of interest on the old server. However, when we attempt to copy those folders to the new server (using the new server) it says "You do not have permission to access this network resource" or something like that. Further complicating matters is that some of the client folders we have been able to copy yet others we cannot.

Just wonder if there's anything we are overlooking.

Thanks

Edited by sewildman50, 13 April 2007 - 09:27 AM.

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