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I've been stuck for a while and can't seem to get this to work. The parameters look ok but wont do what I need.

$Scan = Run(@ComSpec & ' /c xcopy /C /D /S /H /I /R /K /Y C:\*' & $SearchFile[$c] & " " & $SFDestination, @WindowsDir, @SW_HIDE, $STDERR_CHILD + $STDOUT_CHILD)

The Variables are just the file types and the destination path. Anything I might just be overlooking?


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Not sure but i think that first /c is killing you. Try taking it out or taking out the space in front of it.


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Not sure but i think that first /c is killing you. Try taking it out or taking out the space in front of it.

That should work. Even if you put it in quotes by itself I get the same result which is nothing. And you have to have the space in front since it's a switch.

$Scan = Run(@ComSpec & " /c " & 'xcopy /C /D /S /H /I /R /K /Y C:\*' & $SearchFile[$c] & " " & $SFDestination, @WindowsDir, @SW_HIDE, $STDERR_CHILD + $STDOUT_CHILD)

This doesn't work either.


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if it's a switch shouldn't it be behind the function?


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if it's a switch shouldn't it be behind the function?

Check out @ComSpec and Function Run


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I've been stuck for a while and can't seem to get this to work. The parameters look ok but wont do what I need.

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What is the exact content of $SearchFile[$c] and $SFDestination?

Any spaces in the filenames?

If so try:

$Scan = Run(@ComSpec & ' /c xcopy /C /D /S /H /I /R /K /Y "C:\*' & $SearchFile[$c] & '" "' & $SFDestination & '"', @WindowsDir, @SW_HIDE, $STDERR_CHILD + $STDOUT_CHILD)

$SearchFile[$c] is an array that are file types. .doc, .xls, etc I have this in a For/Next Loop. $SFDestination is the path that is being read from an INI file which does have spaces in it. But I tried to put quotes around the path in the ini file and it didn't seem to help. Sorry for not providing enough information.

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What is the exact content of $SearchFile[$c] and $SFDestination?

Any spaces in the filenames?

If so try:

$Scan = Run(@ComSpec & ' /c xcopy /C /D /S /H /I /R /K /Y "C:\*' & $SearchFile[$c] & '" "' & $SFDestination & '"', @WindowsDir, @SW_HIDE, $STDERR_CHILD + $STDOUT_CHILD)

Yes, that was it. Thank you. I know it was something simple. I tried to put the quotes in the string in the ini file but it didn't like and ignored it for some reason. thanks


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