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How to copy a single file to multiple machines

01/06/2014 2878 views

I would like to know how to copy a single file to multiple machines. All machines are Windows 7. This is for a computer lab, so the machines are named (EX: lab01, lab02,) etc... 

I would like to copy the file to C:\Users\profile\My Documents\

Any help would be appreciated. 

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  • As Jbr32 says below, use File Synchronization. Works perfectly.

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You can do this via Scripting or File Synchronization on the K1000.  Here is an example of an online KScript.  

 

Here is an example of a file sync:

Answered 01/06/2014 by: Jbr32
10th Degree Black Belt

  • File Sync is always the best for that step. Scripting has its flaws, but will be great if you need the file somewhere before the user has been logged on
 
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