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Hi, I hope someone can help. I've been tasked to use X-Copy to copy informaiton from a Windows 2K server to a 2003 server on the same network. Does anyone have any idea how to use this tool or where I could find information about how to use it?
I appreciate any help in advance!
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Hi surfer6666, Welcome to GTG !! :)

Give this a look :

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Thank you so much! That helps a ton!
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I'm looking at the website you gave me and I can't figure out how to copy multiple files with the command. How would I move a whole drive of information? Would I enter the syntax as xcopy g: /a /s
Would that enable me to move all of the data within the drive? Thanks again!
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Just the /s (not the /a) You will need a destination to where to put the files as well !

Edited by Linkmaster, 02 December 2005 - 12:41 PM.

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Got it to work. Thank you so much!
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You are very welcome !! :tazz:
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