DOS Command: MIRROR

Robocopy command syntax and examples

Mirror copy a directory. Below Robocopy command creates a replica of the source folder in the specified destination folder. Robocopy /MIR sourceFolder destinationFolder. This command also deletes any extra files that are present in the destination and are not present in source. Replicate access permission on destination folder

Sursa: https://www.windows-commandline.com/robocopy-command-syntax-examples/

Using XCOPY to Synchronize Folders

While there are many more advanced tools for synchronizing folders, one very useful method (on Windows OS) is to use the XCOPY command. The XCOPY command has been part of the windows suite since the DOS days, and provides a helpful set of options that the standard COPY command does not.

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Sync two folders using batch file

Sync two folders using batch file. Ask Question Asked 5 years, 1 month ago. Active 2 years, 4 months ago. Viewed 45k times 19. 1. I want to use a batch file to synchronize 2 folders on Windows, and I’m using the xcopy command like this. xcopy /s /d <Original Folder> <Destination Folder> It’s working perfectly because I just want to overwrite …

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List of DOS commands

External – DOS 5.0 and above. Displays command help. HELP [topic] In DOS 5 and MS-DOS 6.x HELP uses QBASIC.EXE and QuickHelp files for its help system. In PC DOS 6.x HELP is a standalone program which executes commands with the /? switch. In PC DOS 7 HELP uses VIEW.EXE and Information Presentation Facility files for its help system. IF

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Microsoft DOS Robocopy Command

3/4/2017 · Microsoft DOS robocopy command. About ROBOCOPY Command:- A robust file copy command for the Windows command line that allows you to copy files, directories, and even drives from one location to …

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