I have also included screenshots of the Command prompt windows showing the file copying process. Also, I have included a screenshot of the mapped network drive (B:) which is mapped to the AS/400 file share.
If I try to use the Windows Explorer copy command (by selecting all of the files on the remote AS/400 server (which is mapped using either a network drive or using the UNC convention, either drive G: or \\192.168.30.2\qsys, The copy process takes a couple seconds to complete but the end result is that there are no files or folders copied at all.
We need to be able to backup the files contained within the qsys folder on the AS/400 server.
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