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Are you missing a backslash on <cfset sr="D:\cfusionmx\wwwroot\#name#"> ? Your other CFSETs have them. Should it be <cfset sr="D:\cfusionmx\wwwroot\#name# \"> ? Other than that, you might put your xcopy into a .bat file and execute that.
Does the user that the ColdFusion Service runs under ('LocalSystem' by
default) have all the required read/write/execute permissions to all the
When you run it from the command line, your permissions are used, when
CF runs it, CF needs corresponding permissions.
I believe that it is not a slash issue..The CF service runs under this user: CFSVC
How will i check that dude --newsgroup?
The CF service runs under this user: CFSVC
Then you just need to make sure that user is a domain user with the
necessary permissions to execute xcopy as well as read and write to the
This is all windows domain security work.
Thank u..I will have our domain guy take care...thanks a lot.