I'm trying to copy some files to a folder where there are already older versions of those files with the robocopy tool. And in order to differentiate versions, I'd like to set the timestamp to "now" in the output folder when the file is copied over.
Basically it would be like copying and "touch"-ing the file.
However, as easy as it looks, it seems that there is no option to do that. I understood that when using the D (data) flag on /COPY, the T (timestamp) flag is automatically added, so the source timestamp is kept.
Is there something I missed in the options? Or is there any other alternative?
Thanks for any help.