Script to copy PST files from local computers to server on nightly bases

Looking for a script to copy PST files from local computers to server on nightly bases.  Need for it to NOT run if the user kept their Outlook logged in (2013).

Any help on this would be GREATLY appreciated!

Gary
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John TsioumprisSoftware & Systems EngineerCommented:
Instead of using script why don't you use a backup application like Cobian Backup
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TemodyPickalbatros, IT ManagerCommented:
copy /y "C:\path\to\original\datafile.pst" "network path:\path\to\Backup\"
you can save it as bat file
and schedule it as you like
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GillesTCommented:
You can copy the pst file by copy or robocopy, Cobian backupbut the problem, is that the volume of data copied each night will be very big, and you need that Outlook is stopped.
Try Backup Pst files product like PSTSTation Corporate or other that allow to backup pst files while Outlook is running
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