I can't believe that I am having trouble in copying a directory into another directory via the windows command line.
What I want to do is simple -:
Lets say I have a directory -:
and I want to copy test to D: So in D there should be a folder like the following-:
when I use
robocopy C:\test D:\test \E
D drive ends up with the contents of C:\test in the root rather than being contained in a directory called test.
How do you do this simple thing ?