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Fast file transfer without FTP

I have a local and a remote PC. In both case opening FTP port is not allowed. They both run Windows 7, with a VPN connection. Copying a single large, compressed file (2G) is very slow using ...
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Copy all files, folders, subfolders, hidden or not, with long file names [duplicate]

I have 400gb to transfer from my internal drive to an external one. It's a complex hierarchy made of over 60 000 files and folders, with long file names. While creating those files is not a problem ...
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662 views

Administrator getting “access denied” - unable to create directory

As far as I can tell, I am in the Administrators group on Windows 7 Service Pack 1. With CMD prompt pinned to my Start menu, I rightmouse and select Run as Admin and get this error on xcopy: ...
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XCOPY not copying directories

I am trying to copy one directory to another directory. It seems I can copy a file but directories won't copy. Running this at cmd: XCOPY C:\Drivers C:\Users\lenovo\Desktop Gives 0 File(s) ...
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Copy my documents without rename in windows 7

All, Occasionally I use xcopy or robocopy to copy my documents folder as a backup. The issue is no matter what I name it, say MD_Backup, Windows always renames it to My Documents. I'd really like it ...
2
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1answer
263 views

What's wrong with my XCOPY line?

I'm trying to write a batch file that will copy all new files from a source to a destination without prompting (it will be running on a server). This script will not copy files that already exist in ...
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1answer
942 views

Using xcopy /exclude to exclude .o, but include .odt?

From xcopy /? /EXCLUDE:file1[+file2][+file3]... Specifies a list of files containing strings. Each string should be in a separate line in the files. When any of the ...
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3answers
862 views

Running a certain XCOPY command without user interaction

I am trying to run the following command in Windows CLI: XCOPY Z:\.vimrc %USERPROFILE%\_vimrc /H The /H part needs to be there because Z:\.vimrc is a hidden file. When I run the command above, I ...
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Where should I xcopy-deploy my applications on Windows 7?

a customer's I have some applications that are installed with plain xcopy. I know those applications will write some data into their installed directory at runtime. Now I want this application to be ...