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Copy files from client back to Windows 2K3 Server

Posted on 2004-08-18
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Hey,

     I'm using Remote Desktop to allow the connection of a remote system onto our network.  I need the ablility to use a batch file to copy files from "C:\" on the client to a network drive on the server.  I have been unable to find information regarding this procedure.  Anyone have any ideas?
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hi,

net use X: \\servername\sharename
xcopy C:\filename X:\filename

mero
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