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Robocopy to an Internal (Home) Server - Password Protected

Here is there the original files are:
C:\Users\coreybryant\Documents\Medical\Medical Records

Now I would like to robocopy them over to this protected server (yes I have the user / pass).

I found a few things in forums, some say create a .bat, some say don't.  

The copy of where I would like these to be place in:
\\Nas01\coreybryant\Medical Records

There are no folders to deal with or anything.  

I found Running Robocopy command remotely,
psexec.exe -u "DOMAIN\DOMAIN USER" -p "PASSWORD" cmd.exe /c Robocopy "C:\Documents and Settings\%username%\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook" "\\server\servershare\%username%\Application Data"


I tried:
robocopy "C:\Users\coreybryant\Documents\Medical\Medical Records" "\\Nas01\coreybryant\Medical Records username" -p "password"


ERROR : Invalid Parameter #3 : "-p"

I don't know if I should use that psexec or not.

Thank you!
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coreybryant
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Sushil SonawaneCommented:
Try Microsoft File server migration toolkit. It's easy for migration and GUI base.

Download link is below mention.

(http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=10268)
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papalalaCommented:
why do you put credentials in robocopy command? What happens if you remove it?

For Example:
robocopy "C:\Users\coreybryant\Documents\Medical\Medical Records" "\\Nas01\coreybryant\Medical Records"

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oBdACommented:
Create a batch file with the following content:
net use "\\Nas01\coreybryant\Medical Records\IPC$" "TheTopSecretPasswordInDoubleQuotes" /user:SomeUser
robocopy "C:\Users\coreybryant\Documents\Medical\Medical Records" "\\Nas01\coreybryant\Medical Records"
net use "\\Nas01\coreybryant\Medical Records\IPC$" /delete

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coreybryantAuthor Commented:
Thanks, I decided to use this one - it seemed to be the easiest
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papalalaCommented:
P.S. it would be better to store credentials in cmdkey.exe then in plaintext batch

cmdkey /add:Nas01 /user:user /pass:yourpassword

you can then use oBdA's script (just remove user name and password) without risk of uncovering your password by someone else.
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