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Using Powershell to copy from one folder to a network folder

Using Powershell I would like to copy any file from:

W:\fodler to \\10.0.0.33\folder and overwrite any files it sees with the same name in the destination.



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oBdA

8/22/2022 - Mon
oBdA

Just use Copy-Item:
Copy-Item -Path W:\folder -Destination \\10.0.0.33\folder -Filter *.* -Force

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Or the good old robocopy, which will (by default) only copy files that exist in the target if they differ from the source:
robocopy.exe W:\folder \\10.0.0.33\folder *.* /r:0

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E=mc2

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Thanks.. Robocopy didnt' work nothing was copied..
I will try Powershell
E=mc2

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Also Powershell did not work..Perhaps I should have mentioned that there are subfolders and files, would the syntax change?
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