When i used xcopy to copy files from one PC to another PC's
drive (which is mapped by the current PC), the destination
files/folders created will take the date stamp of the date
that this xcopy command is being done.
Windows command prompt's "copy" command will retain
the date of the original source's files but I have lots of
subdirectories so 'copy' command is not practical.
What other ways I can do to do the subdir copying that
retains the source files/folder's date/time stamp?
if there's no other suggestions, I'll test out Windows Explorer
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