I have a client that is using an application to scan documents. We are then putting a copy of these on to an external drive for a backup and then taking off site.
I am currently running a batch file that basically runs the xcopy command with /D. Worked great in the beginning but now my data files are getting up in the area of 40 gigs. This takes over an hour to check the date on each file and decide whether to move to the external drive or not.
Is there a program that would run as a TSR that would create a list of new or changed files for a certain dir or drive?
Or is there a better way to program my batch file to track changes?
Thanks in advance.
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