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Unconditional File Copy in both Win 95 and 98

Unconditional File Copy in both Win 95 and 98

Unconditional File Copy in both Win 95 and 98

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I am on a Novell network.  I plan to set up login scripts that will launch an XCOPY command as users login.  I need to copy update files from the file server to the local hard drive into an independent directory (not within C:\WINDOWS.)  

Is there a switch I can use with the XCOPY command that will perform the copy unconditionally.  I have to avoid the Windows screen that requires user response to overwrite existing files.  Thanks for any suggestions you can offer.   

RE: Unconditional File Copy in both Win 95 and 98

In xcopy their is an option to overwrite files witout prompting the user the extension is /y.  if you want to see the whole help file use xcopy /? > help.txt and then view help.txt.

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