Powershell, ACLs, and DFS-N

I’m working on some storage issues with our file services, and DFS Namespace services may the the best solution. But I will need to be able to keep the permissions on the DFS folders with targets in sync with the permissions on the target folders. I’m hoping that the new DFS-N PowerShell commands will facilitate this process. However, on my Server 2012 test system, I can’t get the help content to download for the DFSN-related cmdlets.

I did find this gem in the PowerShell Tips of the Week archive:

Windows PowerShell Tip: Working With Security Descriptors

Good stuff.

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