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.bat file to open, run and save in various locations of the network

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I need a .bat file to open a report run it and then save on another pc on the network.

i am using "C:\Program Files\QlikView\qv.exe" /r "E:\Qlikview\Club400Data.qvw"  which opens the software qlikview and runs the report club400,

so is there a command i could use to then push the report on to various pc's on the network?
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If you are in a domain or have the same user accounts you should be able to this:
copy "E:\Qlikview\Club400Data.qvw" \\computer\sharename\
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Stu
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