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The first two are easy enough, but I've had some trouble getting a SHUTDOWN to happen after a backup has run - it seems to execute the shutdown during the other commands.
For the defragmentation and backup, try this - lets assume you want to backup from E:\Work and E:\Music to Z:
defrag E: /U /V robocopy E:\Work Z:\Backup\Work /E /MIR /R:3 /W:10 robocopy E:\Music Z:\Backup\Music /E /MIR /R:3 /W:10
defrag /? robocopy /? shutdown /?
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