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29. How do I copy many files in Windows using Robocopy?

Robocopy is a built in command line tool in Windows to copy files. when it cannot read a file because of any reason, like the file is locked or unavailable, it can retry.

Mirror a directory into another

This deletes destination files that are not in the original.

robocopy g:\myfiles h:\myarchive /MIR /R:2 /W:1

Copy a directory into another

This just copy the files.

robocopy g:\myfiles h:\myarchive /E /R:2 /W:1

This entry robocopy was last modified 2018-06-04

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