You are correct; robocopy will work on files in the MFT; but it won’t touch partitions or boot records.
- Jesse Diller
IT Director, Strong Tower Christian Media
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I’m pretty sure it will not, as I do not think it can touch the MBR….I could be wrong thought. I always used robocopy to move files, like from user machines to a server, and an Imaging program (Ghost, Clonezilla,
Acronis, AOMEI, etc…) to clone disks.
I don't know the answer to that
On 02/21/18 12:50, Willie Barnett wrote:
I'm familiar with Robocopy.
Will it copy a COMPLETE, bootable Windows image onto a new disk drive, tho? AOMEI Backupper does. :)
I did have success restoring the backup using V3.2 so I guess I will be keeping that older version around a little longer. ;)
On Wed, Feb 21, 2018 at 3:44 PM, Terry Cowan <email@example.com> wrote:
The utility is called "robocopy" and has attributes which allow you to copy new files to old and/or delete files on the target drive that no longer exist on the source drive. You can get the attributes of RoboCopy by typing RoboCopy /? in a command prompt.
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