The xcopy command is a Command Prompt command used to copy one or more files and/or folders from one location to another location. The xcopy command, with its many options and ability to copy entire directories, is similar to, but much more powerful than, the traditional copy command. The robocopy command is also similar to the xcopy command but has even more... » read more

Windows Batch Script

In Windows, the batch file is a file that stores commands in a serial order. Command line interpreter takes the file as an input and executes in the same order. A batch file is simply a text file saved with the .bat or .cmd file extension. It can be written using Notepad or any other... » read more

Transfer Files Using Remote Desktop

By default, Windows Dedicated Servers have no FTP server installed or setup. The easiest way to securely transfer files between the server and your computer is use Remote Desktop. Click the Start menu on your PC and search for Remote Desktop Connection. Launch Remote Desktop Connection and click on Show Options. Select the Local Resources tab and click More. Under Drives, check the... » read more