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Copy file from RDP to Local

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I am trying to copy a file from remote desktop to my local system using copy and xcopy commands...but none of them worked..is there any batch file or commands to do the copying .if do please share with me.....
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PLs be more specific, using code tags if need be: What systems (local and remote) are you talking about, which product do you use for RDP, do you have network file systems around? XCOPY sounds like DOS/Windows to me?
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Before attempting a file copy over RDP make sure that your local drive is shared and is available in a session.

Now identify the shared drive letter from Windows Explorer on the remote computer and perform the copy.
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i want to copy a file from Windows sever to my local hard drive.
i can manually copy the file giving the path using RUN.

\\Wsapp1234.srv.dir.unix.com\f$

but i want to copy automatically by using scheduled tasks or any scripts. any idea how to do that...let me know if you need any details...
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You can setup a scheduled task using a batch file. Google it and you will find instructions to do this.
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I guess that bipinajith is trying to tell you is that by typing:
"setup a scheduled task using a batch file"
on Google, the first link will be like....:

Code:
http://www.howtogeek.com/51236/how-to-create-modify-and-delete-scheduled-tasks-from-the-command-line/

And it may help you .
looks like more a Windows kind of thing?
Sorry if that is not what you were asking.

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