I am trying to copy files from Local Folder to a UNC path, but none of the global flag are working.
What is your rclone version (output from rclone version)
Which OS you are using and how many bits (eg Windows 7, 64 bit)
Windows server 2012 64 bit
Which cloud storage system are you using? (eg Google Drive)
NONE Using Local system.
This command works great copy D:\DataSources\Photos\Output\Client1\ \\10.223.144.20\d$\Client1\Photo\
But if I try to do anything with global flag it will break copy --auto-confirm D:\DataSources\Photos\Output\Client1\ \\10.223.144.20\d$\Client1\Photo\
The system cannot find the file specified.
Sorry when running this copy D:\DataSources\Photos\Output\OK-Ellis\ \\10.223.144.20\d$\OK\Ellis\Photo\ -vv
The only output I get is copy D:\DataSources\Photos\Output\OK-Ellis\ \\10.223.144.20\d$\OK\Ellis\Photo\ -vv The syntax of the command is incorrect.
The reason for the autoconfirm is I am running the in a ETL process, if the image already exists on the remote side I would like it to overwrite, as the process is unattended.
I guess maybe I don't need to use that. I got myself all kinda tangled up, accidentally running DOS Copy. We are embedding this into an SQL Server Integration Services Package, so when the Exe is called in the package we don't have to specify the RCLONE at the beginning of the call because the .exe is already targeted. Hence the bad command line code.
ETL is Extract, Transform, and Load. DBA speak I guess lol