Exclude Junction Points when Using Robocopy to Copy Windows 7 User Profiles off a Machine

Written by James McDonald

June 6, 2012

Just had a situation where I was copying multiple versions of the same file because robocopy was following junction points.

robocopy /e C:\Users\Username \\remote-host\D$\target_folder *.* /XJ


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