|22 Nov 2012||#1|
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Robocopy timestamp with incremental daily copies
I get a daily folder with 4 files within, and each is labelled as a date eg 20121122.
I have attempted /MIR and /COPYAT /DCOPY:T and they both only copy the files without the timestamp information being passed.
Also, I really only need to copy the folder for that day which I use /maxlad:1
Neither appears to be working too well.
It does however copy but without the above actions.
The command line is as below
ROBOCOPY "E:\Robotest\Server" "E:\Robotest\cOPY Destination Server" /MIR /r:10 /w:2 /s /e /zb /log+:%a%daily.log /maxlad:1
Can somebody please tell me what I am doing wrong?
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