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Expert Qlemo or others Expert How do I move C:\Windows\$NtUninstall to another folder using a batch file?

Posted on 2011-09-15
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I have this batch file without the /MOVE option, I would like to include it in order to move the target folder, and their contain files

In order words
I need a code WHICH
MOVE WITH the criteria to "all folders C:\Windows\$*, but not $hf_mig$" AND their contents of each folders TO C:\Backup\NtUninstall\
IF all folders FROM C:\Windows\$*, but not $hf_mig$" AND their contents (are) MOVE TO C:\Backup\NtUninstall\ I will NOT have to have at C:\Windows\ any folder that start WITH "$" except the folder $hf_mig$ and the folder's contains of the MOVEd TO C:\Backup\NtUninstall\

@ECHO OFF
pushd %SystemRoot%
for /F "tokens=*" %%D in ('dir $* /b /a:d ^| find /v "$hf_mig$" ') do (
   md C:\Backup\NTUninstall\%%~nxD 2>nul
   robocopy "%%~D\" "C:\Backup\NtUninstall\%%~nxD" /MOVE
   rd "%%~D" 2>nul
) 

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After some minor corrections, the script runs as expected:
@ECHO OFF
pushd %SystemRoot%
for /F "tokens=*" %%D in ('dir $* /b /a:d ^| find /v "$hf_mig$" ') do (
   md C:\Backup\NTUninstall\%%~nxD 2>nul
   robocopy "%%~D" "C:\Backup\NtUninstall\%%~nxD" /MOVE /E
   rd "%%~D" 2>nul
) 
popd

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The corrections are:
* removed backslash from robocopy source folder name (you took the wrong code, it's already corrected in the other question)
* added /E to robocopy options
* added popd at the end of file
That's all what has been needed.
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by:rebelscum0000
ID: 36564913
Excellent!!, That is what I want, the batch file MOVES all the folders and their contents FROM C:\Windows\$*, but not $hf_mig$ to another location in this case C:\Backup\NTUninstall\

Thank you very much
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