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I have a directory tree that contains the files for bootable Windows installations (i.e., the files would simply be copied to a stick drive, and then used to boot from) that I am copying from an external drive to C:. I had completely deleted the tree on C:, but it seems that every time I copy it over, I have instead of 518 files & 57 folders (on the external drive), 942 files & 96 folders. However, when I go to Command Prompt and do a dir /s, I get the same value for both, which is the bigger one. I think I have the folder options as the same.
likely one of the "folders" is a junction point (in unix terms link/symbolic link),
it looks like a folder but actually just a pointer/redirector to another folder.
Many bulk copy actions fail on junction points and incorrectly follow it as a normal folder instead of recreating the junction. some will have switches to set what happens.
you might want to consider something like freefilesync which is designed for mirroring folder structures - it can also check for differences on existing mirrors and just update the parts that are newer (two way, one way, or stop...).
This internet thing is amazing! Letting people use it: worst idea ever!
Ensure your PC and Samsung phone are on the same corporate network.
Identify a shared folder (e.g. \\joanPC\numbersToCall\) drive to which your PC has write access and your phone has read access.
Write a hook in your CRM so that clicking a phone number link creates a text file with the phone number in this folder.
Write an Android app that runs on your phone that periodically polls this folder for phone number files. If it finds any (and the phone is not currently in use), it reads the phone number from the file and dials the number, e.g:
Uri number = Uri.parse("tel:123456789");
Intent callIntent = new Intent(Intent.ACTION_DIAL, number);
Post an article on CodeProject explaining how you did this.