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Script/command to copy File Daily

Posted on 2014-03-06
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Need a script or command to copy a file daily and move it to a directory on another server. The script needs to only copy the most recently created file in the directory.

Any ideas how to make this happen?
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there are couple of ways you can do that.

you can use robocopy or secondly a batch script which can look like below:

copy C:\locationoffiles \\remotemachine\c$\Path\file

or may be use xcopy >>> http://en.kioskea.net/forum/affich-9894-batch-file-to-copy-file-from-one-system-to-on
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by:Bill Prew
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This should do it:

@echo off
for /F "tokens=*" %%A in ('dir /b /a-d /tc /od "c:\source\*.*"') do (
  move "c:\source\%%~A" "\\server\sharename\folder"
  goto :Done
)
:Done

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~bp
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billprew, this is going to only copy the newest file, correct?
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Kash, I was thinking of robocopy, as I have used it for large data migrations previously. My only concern is getting it to only move the newest file in the directory.
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if I were you, i would create a PS scripts which would take inputs on how to proceed with data copy. It should not be that hard to create one with couple of hours on hand.

with regards to robocopy, you can modify the selection (files) to copy >>> http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc733145.aspx
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billprew, this is going to only copy the newest file, correct?

Correct.

~bp
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Thanks everyone, I took a little from everyone's answers.
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Welcome.

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