Powershell script to copy folder and files from Domain computer to local computer

I would like to create a Powershell script to copy folders and files from a domain computer to a non-domain computer.


Domain computer name is: "DName"
Domain user is: "Domain\DTest"
Password is: "domainpass"
Source Folder Path: "C;\TestFolder\"

Non-Domain computer name is: "LName"
Non-Domain user name is: "LName\myname"
Non-Domain password is: "localpass"
Destination Folder Path: "C:\TestCopy\"

I have tried a few attempts with no luck.

Any help is greatly appreciated.

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Jose Gabriel Ortega CEE Solution Guide - CEO Faru Bonon ITCommented:
I think that this script fits in your needs:

Just make sure to have the "Everyone / Modify" on the non-domain computer, and remember to share the folder  C:\TestCopy\" on non-domain computer.

Run the script from the domain controller.
Copy-FolderRecursively.ps1 -source "C:\TestFolder\" -target "\\nondomainComputerName\SharedName"

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DBThomson76Author Commented:
I realized what my issue was.

Thank you for the solution.
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