Need help creating a script to copy newly added files to an ftp site

Posted on 2009-04-22
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Last Modified: 2012-05-06
I need to create some form of automated script to copy images from a folder on a windows server to and ftp site. Now I have a script to deal with the FTP side of things, but the bit I need help with is automating the file copy bit so it on copies the files that are newly that week.

I would really appreciate any help with this.

Question by:nmmhelpdesk

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Hi nmmhelpdesk,

You could solve it like this:
Use FTP Driver to map a drive to your ftp path:

Use copy script, or e.g. Microsoft SyncToy to contribute new files to the destination.

I use the above solution to backup a local folder to a ftp-server.

Kind regards
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