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Windows Batch File Need to Get Exact Run Time of File Copy

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I have a batch file that runs a scheduled file copy every 2 hours. This file copy is time sensitive. Is their some way I can have the file copy write to a text file when the file copy starts and write to the file again when it completes?
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