Little strange one here. I am using Robocopy to move files between a Server Hosted in a Data center to local server and then into Azure (don't ask..... due to routing i cant go direct).
DC Server > Office Server > Azure Server
On running the following command robocopy \\10.10.10.1\d$ C:\ClientData /e /ZB /R:2 /W:2 /SEC All the data is copied to the local drive but the folder is not Visable, however if i browse to c:\clientdata the folder will open.
if i then run the next copy job (from the AzureServer) robocopy \\10.10.1.1\C$\ClientData E:\ClientData /e /ZB /R:2 /W:2 /SEC
The drive space is used and again if i type the folder address in it shows up BUT it is not visable using the Computer and browsing to the E drive. I have checked the defaults for the View and hidden files & Folders in case that's the issue.
I may have missed a Robocopy Switch or the original 2011 SBS server may have a GPO hiding something....
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