I just recently did some research on efficient transferring of large files in Windows. Technically speaking, you should not have any issues cutting and pasting the file.
However, if you want to do it as fast as possible, you should be sure to disable any anti-virus programs on both machines. In my tests, on transferring 350GB files, the AV program on both machines was a big bottleneck when dealing with large files. Also, cut and paste is not necessarily the most efficient when copying large files. A program that supports unbuffered I/O will copy more efficiently. Microsoft's RichCopy is much faster than cut and paste. You can get a copy here. There are other programs out there that do unbuffered I/O copies, too. Lastly, it appears that pushing from the source to a destination is slightly more reliable than the other way around according to this article from MS.