Category: 4. Write migration result
1. Distribute the new NTFS permissions through Microsoft Group Policy (GPO) (Deploy GPO in migRaven)
1.1. Automatically create the Microsoft GPO migRaven
The "Deploy GPO" creates a GPO that contains the authorizations to be set. This GPO must be assigned to the appropriate server after creation. The GPO can contain hundreds of entries. Since setting the authorizations via GPO does not use the standard API, which can only process the authorizations one after the other, the new authorizations are set in parallel via the directory tree via GPO. This process is extremely fast and makes it possible to set the rights on a productive system without influencing users.
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1. Task of the function
"Deploy ACL" writes the directory structure under the deploy path and authorizes the previously created list and authorization groups. Subdirectories without explicit permissions are not created.
You need write access to the deploy path, eg as administrator. Continue reading
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1. Data migration via Robocopy interface
1.1. Create job files
After creating the target directory with the newly created permissions, copy the data. The function "Deploy Data" supports the user. migRaven uses the Robocopy command and recommends the necessary parameters that the user then only has to copy and execute in one batch. Robocopy is with 70 parameters a very flexible copy tool and already installed on Windows machines.
All Robocopy parameters can be found on the Technet page at Microsoft.
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