How can we enable RichCopy to create Directory structure at the destionation ?

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I have just started using the RichCopy  - 4.0.217  (copy utility for windows)

When I select the SOURCE & PATH, folders and start the copy process , it does not create
the parent folder in the target location.

Ex:-

Source:
 C:\ABC
 C:\ABC\1.txt
 C:\ABC\2.txt
 C:\ABC\3.txt


Destination:
Z:\


Now when I select  Source as:             C:\ABC
                                 Destination as:      Z:\


Now when I start the process it will just create 1.txt,2.txt,3.txt  files in the Z:\ drive,
it does not create the parent folder  ABC in Z:\ drive.

I am doing something wrong ?

How can I make sure RichCopy does create the parent folder as well.

Currently I had to manually create a folder ABC in Z:\ drive ,  which is a pain.
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dbruntonQuid, Me Anxius Sum?  Illegitimi non carborundum.

Commented:
What happens if you specify the destination as Z:\ABC

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Commented:

I haven't tried that.

For now I had to manually create the ABC folder in Z drive to be able to use it
Quid, Me Anxius Sum?  Illegitimi non carborundum.
Commented:
Try it.  Works for me.  Will create the destination folder for you.

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Commented:

Thanks

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