I work on my laptop to create a number of files of varying formats in nested sub-directories. Other files also exist in these directories that I am not interested in copying.
Essentially, I want to copy all files named
LTJ*.* from one directory on my laptop (including all subdirectories) to a single destination directory on mapped network drive, only if file is new or the source file timestamp is newer than existing destination file.
This way only new or edited files get copied over, saving time. This is important as the connection via VPN to my HQ network drive is painfully slow. I can sometimes do the copy procedure nice and quickly at the office (not using the VPN) when I am there but this is quite infrequent.
I imagine a batch file type solution being the ideal way to go on this, and my limited knowledge ran out when it came to searching all subdirectories and copying and comparing date and time stamp on files already copied.
How can I implement something like this?