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Powershell script to move files

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I see the cmdlet move-item, and wonder how I can move files based on age (>4 years) or I guess conversely not move files that have been accessed in the last 4 years or less.

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Question by:SquigglyMonkey
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You can utilize
CreationTime
or
LastWriteTime

simply  go a recursive get child item then find files matching the required date and do your move:
gci C:\folder -recurse | ? {!($_.psiscontainer) -and $_.CreationTime -lt (Get-date).AddDays(-400)}

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same for LastWriteTime
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You first get all objects with get-childitem, then filter with where-object for age, and pipe the remaining objects to move-item. The difficult part is to replace the root part of the source by the target root ...
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