I'm trying to write a batch file that will copy files from the hard disk of a machine running Windows CE 4.20. This machine cannot be hooked up to a PC running Active Sync for a number of reasons. It has access to a network location, as well as an external USB thumb drive.
I'm looking for a command to copy the entire hard disk to either a network location or thumb drive. When I open Windows Explorer, it doesn't give me your typical c:, d:, etc. drive numbers. It says \Hard Disk for the hard drive and \Network for the network location.
I'm familiar with the copy commands and wasn't sure if copy c:\*.* \network location would work or if I would need to specify the hard drive differently. I'd also want this job to run on a schedule, like anytime the machine is rebooted or shut down.
Does anyone have any experience with creating this batch file?