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xcopy only the today files to another location

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1 of my servers dlt unit fails, i need  for a few days do the backup to another server,

i want to
xcopy d:\*.*  w:\  but only the files that are modified today in order to porcese a sheduled bath at night
is any way to achive this with a bat file?
tsm
edo
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http://www.microsoft.com/resources/documentation/windows/xp/all/proddocs/en-us/xcopy.mspx?mfr=true

See /d switch:

/d[:mm-dd-yyyy] : Copies source files changed on or after the specified date only. If you do not include a mm-dd-yyyy value, xcopy copies all Source files that are newer than existing Destination files. This command-line option allows you to update files that have changed.

For your example... changed on 5/14/2013 or later:

xcopy d:\*.*  w:\  /d:05-14-2013
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xcopy d:\  w:\  /s /a /D:5-14-2013
@pause
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