I'm sort of new to RoboCopy and I have become very impressed with what it can do. I played around with the following problem until I got it resolved, but I don't understand why it works.
This is part of the directory structure on my 'c' drive:
If I use this command:
robocopy "c:\users\Barry\My Documents" "g:\users\Barry\My Documents" /e /mt:4 /tee /w:2 /xj
It appears that the command works just fine, BUT the 'My Documents' folder doesn't get created on the 'g' drive.
However, if I use this command:
robocopy "c:\users\Barry\Documents" "g:\users\Barry\Documents" /e /mt:4 /tee /w:2 /xj
The 'My Documents' folder DOES get created and the folders/files get created/copied to 'g'.
Why does this work???