Nov 07, 2007 · Unsetting the read-only doesn't fix anything, because in order to copy the file now you must be able to delete or overwrite the earlier copy in the destination, and the copy is marked read-only. The solution here is to delete the previously copied file, or at least reset its read-only status as well as that of the original file. It will copy the file file sample1.txt to another location with name sample2.txt. Some Important Points: If Destination file already exists then it will be overwritten.
Apr 02, 2018 · echo final result IN TMP. copy to dest or add the final move to batch-script... type tmp echo done. this line: rem move tmp %dest% should, or is supposed to, do the trick, by removing the 'rem' so it looks like: move /y tmp %dest% this will overwrite your destination file, so I left it de-activated pending feedback of fail or success. I'm currently trying to copy around 5TB of various files in many folders and subfolders. I have little experience using Terminal (have only used it in the past following guides by copying and pasting the script into it), happy to give Terminal a go, but would require assistance with the correct script to use.
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