I'm suffering the same effect, "xcp copy" with or without "-acl" (and the fallback senario) has exactly the same result: everyone -> full control, at any file at target. The user im starting the xcp command is member of the lokal "Backup Operators"-Group; so every file - even confidential ones - are copied, whitch is good, but no ACL information is transferred, wich is quite anoying... Does ANYBODY know the clue??
Tried to migrate from Hitachi HDS 150 to FAS3270 DoT 8.1.4 7-mode with XCP ver 1.5 running on Windows 2012. Both sides were CIFS shares in the same AD and were mounted on the same Windows VM with XCP running on it by domain administrator. XCP copy cmd was used. File transfer worked as expected but only EVERYONE permission was seen at destination FAS end, which is different from the permission of source files and folders.
Is there any update on Windows ACL transfer of XCP VERSION 1.5?