I have a batch script where I want to xcopy the contents of my Y drive to my X drive, but I want to exclude Y:\FremontTCM, which is a directory with a bunch of subdirectories and files. The following command:
xcopy /e /exclude:y:\fremonttcm y:\* x:\*
does not work. I know that the /exclude must have a filename to read from. What do I need to do here to get this to work?
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