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On the basis that those are your folder names, and that you have not given us the name of the file to be moved, I will answer hoping that I am understanding your question.
As with moving files in Windows Explorer, you are always better to first copy the file, then make sure it copied OK, and finally delete the original file if all went OK. The following simple batch file will copy the named file from your given folder to the other, it will verify that it copied OK by comparing the two files, and will then delete the original file if the verification passes.
It will only stop and tell you so if the file to copy is not where it should be, or if verification checks failed. It will overwrite the existing file in the destinaton folder without prompting, whether or not it is already an exact match for the one being copied into that folder.
To change the drive letter, folder name, or file name for either the file to be copied, or for the place you are copying it to and the new filename, you only have to change these in ONE PLACE, and that is right at the top against either the:my batch file has a command like Copy File1 File2 /y File 2 is an Access Data Base that is open.
I always thought copying to an open file would give Access Denied, but that does not seem to be the does windows 7 pro DOS COPY command overwrite open files?
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Whenever you want to copy one or more files and not a complete directory the file must be specified after the destination directory. robocopy c:\hope c:\hope2 In the above example, the robocopy command would copy all files (not directories) in the hope directory to the hope2 directory.
By default, xcopy does not copy hidden or system files /a: Prompts to confirm that you want to overwrite an existing destination file. /z: which causes xcopy to assume that the destination is a directory if the source is more than one file or a directory.
Using the xcopy command to set archive attribute for Destination files. A coworker asked me for a script. Here’s the request: would want to copy all files on this list [an attached text document] to another location (doesn’t really matter where for now).
/a: Do not overwrite the existing contents of the target file. Instead, append to the end of the target file. /fl: The source file is a list of other source files.