Anyone out there with some experience on network file transfers with Windows?
On my Windows Xp, Windows 7, Windows 10 machines I have scripts that build release folders for Windows CE and Windows Embedded Compact 7. In the past, I stayed on my local VM - Windows Xp, and all was well. Due to progress, I have to push files from my Windows Xp VM to either a shared drive on the desktop (same machine), a network drive or a new Windows 10 laptop.
The folders are shared between machines, so I expect I could copy and paste, or run a DOS script. But every transfer drops important OS files - like hive files for the registry.
I have a work around - zip up the dir, copy to where it needs to go, and expand, but really?
Edit: so, thinking I would work around things, I zipped up my release folders on Xp, coped the zip file to my Win7 machine and then pulled it to my Windows 10 laptop that will do the final build. No registry files.
It's all on local machines
Is there a setting I don't know about?
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