I looked at quite a few solutions to
xCopy questions, and tried many difference
methods. (Various wildcards, paths ending in \, various
xcopy switches in various combinations.)
xCopy c:\Public d:\MyNewDir\
When done, I need the destination to include a folder called "Public" with containing all files, folders, subfolders, everything.
The result should will look like:
d:\MyNewDir\Public\(and everything inside it)
Not like this:
d:\MyNewDir\(everything inside Public)
That sounds so simple. Instead, I never see a "Public" folder created. It only creates everything WITHIN "Public".... but never "Public" itself. (I have many folders to copy, so I don't want to create folders individual, manually.)
Is there a solution to this simple issue using only xCopy and Windows 7?