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I strongly suggest you the first approach: to create a single file on server5 and let it copy the required files. It is better to have the backup jobs centralized. Also, I second the suggestion to use robocopy, as it is significantly more advanced than xcopy.


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You can still accomplish using Batch script. I use the following script; @ECHO OFF REM ####################################################### REM AUTHOR: HeyVooN REM BLOG: http://blog.teksoporte.es REM DATE CREATED: 09/04/2015 REM Deploy Java to your Enterprise REM This script is optimised for 32 and 64 Bit versions of Java to be installed on either 32 or ...


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Don't use PHP for this. You should set up a Windows share so all computers connected to the network have access to the batch file. Then you can use a relative path all computers can access like /mappedrive/ I suggest you look into Powershell as well, which may be easier for this specific task. At least that is how I would do that. Using exec is a security ...


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If this log file never gets removed or renamed, then you can attempt to add EFS access for your account by using SysInternals' PsExec tool running cipher as the system account. Something like: psexec -s cipher /adduser ... If, however, this is a rotating file that gets replaced, then you will encounter this problem with every file that MySQL creates ...


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Without the script - If your batch file contains ifmember statements on for Windows 7 you could run into an issue. I have been using Group Policy to map drives as I find it a lot easier and flexible with security groups if that is something needed.



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