Robocopy (or "Robust File Copy") is a command-line directory replication command.

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Robocopy to a drive connected to a wlan router fails

I have a wireless router and an USB hard drive connected to it. Basic file access on the command line and Explorer works flawlessly after having set up some options on the router and mapping to some ...
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Why does Robocopy work once and then ignore all files the next time?

I used the following command: Robocopy c:\source c:\backup /MIR /XD .svn Then I deleted c:\backup and did it once again. This time it ignored all files and copied nothing. Why is that? How do I ...
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Problems with Robocopy

How shall I put this... It's like: you can tell robocopy: "move the contents of this map to that map". But you can't say: "move that map to that map, no matter the contents"(to be content of that ...
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How to abort robocopy on first error

When using robocopy windows utility, what flags do I set so that robocopy aborts on the very first error it sees, similar to xcopy /dry command? I need to mirror two dirs, and on occasion some files ...
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Access denied error with robocopy as admin [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Robocopy permission denied When trying to run the following command robocopy d:\directory \\server\directory /S /XO /COPY:DT I get an access denied error. I am ...
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Simple robocopy script to backup a harddrive not working

I am trying to run robocopy to backup my whole harddrive This what I have so far robocopy f: G:\Backup\f\ /E /R:2 /ZB /DCOPY:T /SL The problem I have is that I seem to be geting into a loop where ...
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Incremental/Differential Backup on Windows

What's the easiet way to perform an incremental/differential backup to a network share in Windows? Does a Robocopy/Xcopy solution work reasonably well (I need to the parameters!) or is there a good ...
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Linux equivalent to robocopy?

It's kind of funny, there are a lot of ways in which Linux command line tools are vastly superior to Windows ones, but one thing I have not found an equivalent to is robocopy. Robocopy is way more ...
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Robocopy permission denied

Robocopy is preinstalled with Windows 7. I've used it many times in the past. I tried to copy a folder to a remote share with robocopy c:\source "\\server\share\path" /s /r:2 /w:2` As a result I ...