Copy (Reproduce) Directory Structure Only - No Files

We have a desire to copy the directory structure *only* for a given directory, but none of the files.  The method needs to be scriptable (DOS command, VBscript, executable?) - No GUI tricks.

In other words, I have a directory that contains other directories and files.  I want to duplicate the directory structure/hierarchy of that folder in another location without bringing the files along with.

What is the easiest way to do this?  Is there a way to do it in Windows (2000) without third party addons?  VBscript?  Examples?

A batch file or VBscript would be preferred, although a small third-party executable would be okay.
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Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
XCOPY will do the trick.

XCOPY /T /E Source Destination

for more details on XCOPY, type XCOPY /? at a command prompt.

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hendridmAuthor Commented:
Did the trick.  Not sure why I didn't notice that before :P  Thanks!
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