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robocopy or bat for backup files without a mapping

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hi you experts
is any way to achive this

robocopy.exe \\contjd\c$\jorge diaz1\*.*  f:\ *.* /xf *.HLUTBTE /e /r:0 /w:0

in a bat command o robocopy command
i want to backup a directory without maping the folder
tsm
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robocopy has a different syntax than copy or xcopy; it requires first the source folder, then the target folder, then the file mask to copy (default if omitted is *.*. So try
Then paths with spaces need to be enclosed in double quotes:
robocopy.exe "\\contjd\c$\jorge diaz1"  f:\ *.* /xf *.HLUTBTE /e /r:0 /w:0

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oh man tsm robocopy rules
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