I would use Robocopy /E /COPYALL /MIR /ETA /LOG:FILE.log /TEE "SOURCE DIR" "DESTINATION DIR"
Example: robocopy.exe /E /COPYALL /MIR /ETA /LOG:C:\copy.log /TEE "C:\SourceDirectory\\" "C:\DestinationDirectory\\"
/E: copy subdirectories, including Empty ones.
/COPYALL: Will copy all security flags and timestamps on files
/MIR: Will make an exact copy of the source. So if you copy it once, and then copy over a second time, it will process deletes along with new files.
/ETA: show Estimated Time of Arrival of copied files.
/Log: Creates a log file
/TEE: output to console window, as well as the log file.
There are many different options for robocopy if you do the /? for more advanced usage.
You can also use the GUI version: