Servers Backing Up Data -- Permissions Intact Page 6

Backing Up Data — Permissions Intact Page 6




For this particular operation of a quick solution to copy or move selected data to a new location and retain all of the previously set NTFS permissions in a domain
environment, we will choose the Alternate Location option, set the path
and click Next.

Depending on your needs, you can realistically choose any of the options available
on the How to Restore screen. For the purposes of maintaining NTFS
security on files and folders, always replace the file on disk (to overwrite existing files with the updated ones and the proper security context) should be selected.

The next screen is the Advanced Restore Options page. Here, you elect to keep your current level of NTFS
security by verifying the Restore security checkbox is selected. (This is
the default selection.)

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