I am confused with regard to the switches in xcopy.
I want to copy files from a server to another location.
/s/e[creates subdirectorys and empty subdirectories]
/d [copies files only if the source files are newer than the destination files.
what does /m and /k do?
I am running the xcopy command as follows and it appears to be copying modified files at the source based on the /d switch. I want to make sure that I am doing this correctly. Could I get an explanation on what reseting the archive bit does with /m and /k? Is it resetting a date stamp based on the source file pertaining to when it was last copied or backed up? Am I way off base?