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Create Log file while copying files to another location

Posted on 2007-11-13
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Is it possible to create a log file for those file being copied success or failed using batch script?

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why not use the robocopy command as this command is fast and efficient at copying and also has logs etc
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CraigLeslie: any samples of  usage?
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It is a Microsoft Windows Resource Kit Tool. Can be downloaded from the www.microsoft.com/downloads.... search for robocopy.... then download the complete kit .... good resource to have if you dont already
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