How to make windows save same file into two different folders?

Hi!
Basically what i want to do it to select one, two or more folders in my primary computer and replicate them in another computer, for example:

Everytime i save any file, lets say 001.jpg into c:\photos\, it would also be saved into \\192.168.1.xxx\photos as well!
Can this be done with windows alone, some batch file, or will i need a third party software?

Thanks in advance!
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  1. You can't do this automatically, you need to run a script or a program.

    You'd have to run the script each time you save the file though and pass it the file name as a variable. Even a simple DOS batch file will do it.

    Copy %1 C:\blah\blah
    Copy %1 D:\blah\blah

    Run the file with the batch file name followed by the file name, move.bat somefile.jpg, it will replace the %1 with the file name passed to it.

    There are programs that synch folders also if you don't want to run the batch file each time.

    SyncToy is one http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=15155

    http://www.karenware.com/powertools/ptreplicator.asp
  2. Thank you very much, that is all i needed :)
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