troubleshooting Question

Accessing uNC paths from CMD line/bat file

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GST-GRIDTECHFlag for United States of America asked on
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Hi.
I'm might be missing something here.
However, we use a batch file that easily does a
Xcopy "\\serverName\path1\path2\*" "C:\programs\pathlocal1\pathlocal2" /s /e /y

On widows 7
But doesn't work on
Windows 10.

Am I missing some basic understanding here.

I guess I could just map it but wanted to understand why it works in windows7 but doesn't work in windows10

Thank you
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