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How to use  Windows Server 2008 scheduled task to copy folder contents to another folder.

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Im trying to use scheduled task to copy the contents of one folder to another folder. Can anyone help with with directions to this simple task, or should be simple task that I cant figure  out.


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ROBOCOPY \\Folder Location \\Copy Location /S /R:2 /LOG:LogName.txt /NP /NFL /NDL
 

Put that in notepad, replacing folder location with the folder you want copied and copy location with the location of the copied folder.  Save it as a .bat and have the scheduled task run it.


see: http://ss64.com/nt/robocopy.html
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