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4/26/2013

copy ntfs permissions from one folder to another folder

I just wanted to copy the permissions from one folder to another. This powershell worked:
get-acl \\SOURCE/FOLDER | set-acl \\TARGET\FOLDER

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Saved 30 minutes of click, click, drag, click, commit, drag, commit, activate, blah blah in Fabric Manager:

zone name privh08_hba_B_to_vnx vsan 3
member pwwn 50:06:01:64:3e:e0:04:7d
member pwwn 50:06:01:6c:3e:e0:04:7d
member pwwn 20:00:00:25:b5:11:bf:0f

zone name privh09_hba_B_to_vnx vsan 3
member pwwn 50:06:01:64:3e:e0:04:7d
member pwwn 50:06:01:6c:3e:e0:04:7d
member pwwn 20:00:00:25:b5:11:bf:1f

zone name privh10_hba_B_to_vnx vsan 3
member pwwn 50:06:01:64:3e:e0:04:7d
member pwwn 50:06:01:6c:3e:e0:04:7d
member pwwn 20:00:00:25:b5:11:bf:df

zone name privh11_hba_B_to_vnx vsan 3
member pwwn 50:06:01:64:3e:e0:04:7d
member pwwn 50:06:01:6c:3e:e0:04:7d
member pwwn 20:00:00:25:b5:11:bf:ef

zone name privh12_hba_B_to_vnx vsan 3
member pwwn 50:06:01:64:3e:e0:04:7d
member pwwn 50:06:01:6c:3e:e0:04:7d
member pwwn 20:00:00:25:b5:11:bf:bf

zoneset name SAN1-SAN2-FAB-B vsan 3
member privh08_hba_B_to_vnx 
member privh09_hba_B_to_vnx
member privh10_hba_B_to_vnx
member privh11_hba_B_to_vnx
member privh12_hba_B_to_vnx

zoneset activate name SAN1-SAN2-FAB-B vsan 3

zone commit vsan 3

copy run start

4/24/2013

4/01/2013

Newsletter #106:Solving the "How Do I Change My Firewall Profile in Windows 8?" Puzzle

Newsletter #106:Solving the "How Do I Change My Firewall Profile in Windows 8?" Puzzle: Changing a NIC's Firewall Profile Between "Private" and "Public"

Problems with file shares on VM's

Symptoms

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When you try to access files located on a share, hosted on a disk that is a non-system operating disk, you receive Access Denied.
This issue occurs when you are using Machines hosted on a VMware virtualized environment.
This issue occurs when you remotely access shares located on a USB disk

Causes
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Auditing for file and system objects is Enabled and the disk is a Hot Plug-able disk

Resolution
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Disable Auditing for file and system objects or do not use Hot Plug-able disks.

Here is the workaround from VMWare:
http://kb.vmware.com/selfservice/microsites/search.do?language=en_US&cmd=displayKC&externalId=1012225