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Copying direcoties into user directories

I need a script that will copy a directory and it's sub-directory into the home directory of hundreds of users.  For example, the script needs to copy the directories WORK\FAV into the g:\AJones, g:\BPeters, and g:\CSmith directories, and finish up with g:\ZWilliams at the end.  Preferably, I won't have to type every username into the script.

I realize this would be an easy task if each user ran an XCOPY during the login script but that's not an option at the moment.  Is there another way to do this?
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cjones3rd

8/22/2022 - Mon
Bill Prew

So, can you do this on the g: server, or a system that has access to it?  And if so, is it okay to copy the folders into every top level folder on g:?

Where is work\fav located?

~bp
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cjones3rd

Yes.  I can run the script (DOS batch file) on the server and it is ok to copy work\fav into every top level folder under g:.  They are all user home directories.  

The work\fav directories are located in:  \\svr1\users\Admin\CourtForms
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Thank you!  I will test and let you know
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