I have a command that I've used for all but one folder to copy data from our old server to the new one.
The main folder name has a space and I have tried with and without inverted commas to no avail.
Any ideas would be greatly appreciated
what you can try to do is to use DOS-16 style of pathing..
Do a DIR /X to get the truncated path and try the ROBOCOPY Command again?
If that does not work.. Try using a SET for the Source and Destination
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