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May 10, 2004 5:52:42 PM

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In Windows 2000 xcopy command there is /c option, which ”continues
copying even if error occur”. How can I enable this ”ignore errors”
feature when I copy-paste files in Windows Explorer? If this is not
possible, where can I get freeware file copy (does not stop working
after 30 days) utility that does the trick?

(Most of my errors come from file permissions, as the files to be copied
are open in e.g. Mozilla and i do not want to close it. I want to
continue working when backuping files.)
May 12, 2004 5:09:41 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.win2000.file_system (More info?)

Try robocopy, it is command line based with lots of
options.
>-----Original Message-----
>In Windows 2000 xcopy command there is /c option,
which "continues
>copying even if error occur". How can I enable
this "ignore errors"
>feature when I copy-paste files in Windows Explorer? If
this is not
>possible, where can I get freeware file copy (does not
stop working
>after 30 days) utility that does the trick?
>
>(Most of my errors come from file permissions, as the
files to be copied
>are open in e.g. Mozilla and i do not want to close it.
I want to
>continue working when backuping files.)
>.
>
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