I'm transferring a bunch of files from multiple computers onto the
hard drive of a single computer via a peer-to-peer network.
I'd like to be able to check to make sure every file in the directory
on the source computer has been copied successfully over to the
directory on the destination computer.
Does Windows Explorer OR Windows 2K have a utility that will compare
two directories, and then tag the filenames of the files that do not
appear in the directory of the other computer?
And then, allow you to automatically copy over the missing files?
Back in the days of DOS there was a great little utility called XTree
that would do exactly that. And a guy named Kim Henkel created a
Windows clone of Ztree called Ztree, but I don't know how to make it
work across a network.
Will in Seattle