|14 Mar 2013||#3|
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You could have a "triggered" schedule event (via Task Scheduler) that when it sees a USB device inserted (don't recall the event name/ID that gets logged when a USB powered deviced is plugged in), it runs a .bat script that has the command (COPY) to run.
However, I don't think this event gets logged for a flash-drive (something to do with it not needing add'l power compared to an external USB hard drive)....
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