Create new dir into every user's shared folder

Hey Experts.  Every user has a folder on our file server that they can save documents.  I need to copy a new directory (X) to their user folder (\User.A).  How can I accomplish this (preferably with Powershell)?

On the file server:
E:\Shared\Users\User.A

Thanks Experts!
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NVITEnd-user supportCommented:
Here's a .cmd version:
@echo off
setlocal enabledelayedexpansion

set newdir=newdirX
set srcdir=E:\source\src\%newdir%
set tgtdir=E:\Shared\Users

for /d %%k in ("%tgtdir%\*") do (
   md "%%~fk\%newdir%"
   xcopy /y /e "%srcdir%" "%%~fk\%newdir%\"
)

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Jose Gabriel Ortega CastroCEO Faru Bonon IT - EE Solution ExpertCommented:
Can you add the Source and the Target? (no matter if it's changed for the real), just to have us an idea.
Do you want to copy the folder into everybody's shared?
rastoiWindows DTS expertCommented:
Just like Jose mentioned, it is unclear, what you want to achieve. To copy some existing folder into each directory in E:\shared\users is this the way. Just careful with '-Force' it will overwrite the content if such folder already exist in destination.

Get-ChildItem -Directory -path E:\Shared\Users |% {Copy-Item -path d:\data\X -Destination $_ -Recurse -Force} 

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Sajen JoseCommented:
You can use the below script:

$NewFolderToCopy = "C:\Temp\myNewFolder"
$UserFolders = Get-ChildItem -Path "C:\Temp\Users\"

ForEach ($user in $UserFolders)
{
    Copy-Item -Path $NewFolderToCopy -Destination $user.FullName -Recurse
}
rastoiWindows DTS expertCommented:
Sajen, your script is the same like my oneliner above, I see small issue in your code. If there are files within .\Users, they will become entriers in your $UserFolders and $user respectively. I recommend to Add '-Directory' into Get-childitem parameters to fix this.
samiam41Author Commented:
Thank you experts for the scripts!

NVIT, I ended up using your script as it was first and I started my project once I had it.

I will test the others when I get a chance.  If I run out of time, I will have to close it out with NVIT being awarded the best solution.

Regardless, thanks for the suggestions.  Updates forthcoming.
NVITEnd-user supportCommented:
The author used solution given by NVIT
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