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Archiving Home directories on NT Server

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by winny, Feb 19, 2003.

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  1. winny

    winny Thread Starter

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    Hi , I am going barmy with trying to archive about 60 home directiry folders on to a remot CDRW drive on a Windows 98 workstation.
    1. Used attrib *.* +A /s on the the the main Users Home directory
    then used xcopy *.* ( Mapped users folders) to CDRW drive
    and some files display access denied.
    2 I have also tried using Easy CD Creator to do a data copy again will do some and give the same results.
    3 also Direct CD which does Copy and paste.
    My usual archiving method (taoe) is busted, so can anyone please
    advise.
    Thanks in advance. Also would know how to run a series of commands using Shutdown from the desktop. Many thanks
     
  2. Monstrous Mi

    Monstrous Mi

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    I don't know what you mean by this question. Please elaborate.

    Also, as for your CDRW question, you cannot burn over a network. The CDRW and the harddrive need to be on the same machine.
     
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