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Windows 7: Can You Control File Copy Priority?

13 May 2012   #21
JOSHSKORN

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Burdus32 View Post
You could either delete it manually or reverse the command so that F is the source and C the destination and use the /mir command again. Pretty sure that will work.
Reversing did not work. What I did was, made a new file in the source. When I copied back using MIR, the new file was deleted.

I'm thinking I'll try using the /MOV switch. I'll have to wait though until the current transfer is done. It IS nearly 300 GB on a SATA II connection. I'll post back when I get it figured out and if it ends up being an acceptable solution, I'll mark the thread as solved and update the OP with the solution.

EDIT: The /MOV switch will only move files if they do not already exist in the destination. I want to delete files off of the source which I already copied over. Any ideas?


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13 May 2012   #22
Brds7t7

Windows 7 Pro 64-Bit, Windows 7 Ultimate 64-Bit, Windows 8.1 Pro 64-Bit
 
 

I'm not too sure about the /move command as I've never used it before. There are a couple more links for you to look at below. Also in that first tutorial link I posted, if you go to the end of the thread and post what you need, he (Golden) will write a script for you.

Robocopy

Robocopy and a Few Examples - TechNet Articles - United States (English) - TechNet Wiki
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