I have a directory Source with some files in it, which I would like to copy to a folder Destination. Destination may exist, and it may have files in it already. Any files with the same name as those in Source should be overwritten.
If I run this in Powershell:
Copy-Item Source Destination -Force -Recurse Copy-Item Source Destination -Force -Recurse Copy-Item Source Destination -Force -Recurse
Then the first line creates the folder
.\Destination and copies
.\Source into it, which is what I'd like to repeat for the next time. However, the second line copies
.\Source into the new
.\Destination folder (creating
.\Destination\Source) instead, then the third line overwrites
How can I make it act like in the first case all the time? That is, overwrite
.\Destination instead of copying into it?