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I am interested in finding Powershell scripts that can be used\tweaked to migrate folder permissions across servers\environments.

Is this a feasible approach? I would like to automate our deployment process a little more.

Can someone point me to an example using Powershell version 1.0?


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closed as not constructive by Zoredache, ChrisF, Doug Harris, Hennes, MaQleod Oct 2 '12 at 22:35

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Hmm. Maybe this question is more approrpiate for ServerFault? – Chad Oct 2 '12 at 15:34
The way it is currently asked, I doubt you are going to get a good answer anywhere. 'Give me a tool' questions generally don't go over very well. – Zoredache Oct 2 '12 at 16:46