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Convert windows batch to robocopy

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Windows Batch* Robocopy
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I'd like to convert this command to use Robocopy instead of Xcopy. I apparently might have paths that are too long. Getting insufficient memory errors with plenty of memory.

xcopy D:\Webs\WebSolution\*.*                   G:\BranchBups\Cleanups\Hourly\WebSolutionXXX%FILENAME%\*.* /e /Exclude:ExcludeHourly.txt

Can someone assist me with that? I can't find a robocopy equivalent to excluding files based on what is in the text file.

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