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what is the switch to always overwrite and not make it ask you to overwrite with xcopy
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XCOPY /Y
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XCOPY /Y
You can use XCOPY /? to see all the options
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Xcopy / Y

I recommend using ROBOCOPY equal, it follows most complete and if you find a mistake, copy and incremental other things.
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