How can I migrate all the security ACLS of the previous into the newer

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    How can I migrate all the security ACLS of the previous into the newer


    I am to freshly reinstall Windows 10 newer version replacing the older version of it.
    How can I completely migrate all the security ACLS of the previous system storage into the will-be new windows 10 as soon as possible ?
    Would anyone answer it with full instructive explanation ?
    Thanks in advance.
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  2. Caledon Ken's Avatar
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    Hi budi.

    Have you looked at robocopy. It has a parameter to copy file attributes /copyall which includes ACLS or you can pick what you need.

    This article has a good description and some examples.

    https://www.computerhope.com/robocopy.htm



    Ken
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