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    Question Copy Files

    We copy files from our local machines to a backup network drive off-site. We use a batch file to copy these text files using Task Scheduler. Is there some other method which can do the copy without relying on a batch file. I'm not very batch file smart and was hoping for an alternative way to make the copies. We run in Windows 10. Thanx.

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    Re: Copy Files

    If you want to get away from bat files (and Task Scheduler) you should use a commercial product that is specifically designed for backups. There are lots of them, some are free.

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