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powershell Use to copy file and replace to multiple servers

Posted on 2012-03-21
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Hi,
I'm thinking could be possible with powershell use to copy the file and replace the file which same name in multiple servers. I'm not into really developer guy so I do not know how to construct this powershell command.
anybody volunteer for the help ?

Method: copy the file let says mon.cfg and distribute it to multiple servers where these servers has the same file name exist.
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You could use the following
$source ="c:\test\* "
$targets = @('pc1', 'pc2', 'pc3') #target computer names
$targetfolder ='c$\'  #target path
	foreach ($cpc in $targets)
	{	
	Write-Host $i.FulName
	Write-Host "To \\"$cpc"\"$targetfolder
	$tar="\\"+$cpc+"\"+$targetfolder
	Copy-Item $source $tar
	}

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which copies all the contents of the source folder to the target pcs

Hope it helps.
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