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  1. Hi guys, I see many script for delete files older then x in this forum, i found this and i think is very useful: #AutoIt3Wrapper_Au3Check_Parameters=-d -w 1 -w 2 -w 3 -w 4 -w 5 -w 6 -w 7 _FilesOlder(@ScriptDir, "*.*", 7, 1) ; Look for wildcards in the Help file. ; _FilesOlder("DIRECTORY", "FILTER [Default *.*]", "NUMBER OF DAYS [Default 0]", "RECURSIVE SEARCH [Default 1 - Yes]") Func _FilesOlder($sFilePath, $sFilter = "*.*", $iDate = 0, $iRecursive = 1) Local $aFilter, $sCommand = "del /q @path", $sDate = "", $sRecursive = "" $sFilePath = StringRegExpReplace($sFilePath, "[/]+z", "") &
  2. Right now i have several batch file backups running of just raw user data. basically running: xcopy {current location} {target locatiion} /d /c /e /h /r /q /y i see that autoIT has a DirCopy command, but im wondering if it has an option like xcopy to skip that file and continue on if it has a problem (/c) the batch files work nicely, but im trying to get rid of old files from the backup location. Ran into this problem several times ex: "i deleted that file. its not supposed to exist for legal reasons". kind of not what im looking for. So basically im wondering if we can get som
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