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How can I copy NTUSER.DAT using system shadowcopy in a script?


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I don't know how to use the shadowcopy, however you could just initiate a copy /b in a command prompt to whatever directory you want.

E.g.

copy /b %userprofile%\NTUSER.DAT E:\NTUSER.DAT
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I don't know how to use the shadowcopy, however you could just initiate a copy /b in a command prompt to whatever directory you want.

E.g.

copy /b %userprofile%\NTUSER.DAT E:\NTUSER.DAT

that did not work because the file is in use by another program. anyways i figured it out using system shadow copy.

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