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comment Robocopy: How to move the content of a directory but KEEP the directory
It does not work. /mov will leave the subdirectories in place, not just the parent directory.
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comment Robocopy: How to move the content of a directory but KEEP the directory
This is NOT the perfect answer. The mov switch will not move subdirectories. /mov /e will move files but copy subdirectories. If you want to keep only the parent directory, you must remove the empty subdirectories manually, or use one of the other answers that work
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answered “'' is not a valid login or you do not have permission” on sql server installation
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comment changing permissions for a network share takes longer on win2008 than on win2003, why is that?
no, but the win2008 server has the newer and faster hardware, and the files have just been copied to the new server. The fact that the win2003 server returns instantly makes me believe that this is not merely due to a difference in speed
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revised changing permissions for a network share takes longer on win2008 than on win2003, why is that?
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asked changing permissions for a network share takes longer on win2008 than on win2003, why is that?
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