I need to copy two files on startup from the network to the local machine

I have two files that need to be copied every morining from a machine, that is on the network (the drive is shared but not mapped), to several other machines on the network. is it possible for me to add this to a bat file or will I have to create vb scirpt and place it in the startup folder. that said, I have no idea what the script sytax should be.
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Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
Place the following in a batch file:

for /f "tokens=1" %%a in (computerlist.txt) do (
copy "\\server\share\path\sourcefile.1" "\\%%a\share\path\"
copy "\\server\share\path\sourcefile.2" "\\%%a\share\path\"
copy "\\server\share\path\sourcefile.3" "\\%%a\share\path\"

If you can copy the whole Directory, then use:
for /f "tokens=1" %%a in (computerlist.txt) do copy /y "\\server\share\path\*.*" "\\%%a\share\path\"

Where computer list is a file that ONLY contains computer names, one per line, for example:

Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
And of course, schedule the batch file in Scheduled tasks on one 2000 or XP to run at the desired time.

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