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Server 2003 Environment Variable in Command Line

I am using DriveImage XML to backup my server's hard drive.  The command line option for my backup is:

"C:\Program Files\Runtime Software\DriveImage XML\dixml.exe" /bC /t"Z:\" /v

In the /t"Z:\" section I want to add the date after that so for today it would be "Z:\05272008\" or something like that.  Can this be done?  I assume I need to use an enviroment variable.
Windows Server 2003

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8/22/2022 - Mon
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