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  1. : This script does a basic robocopy, but also it does the following:  
  2. : - test connectivity to the machine (ping). Send WOL Magic Packet if it doesn't respond.  
  3. : - after WOL, wait until the machine appears on the network  
  4. : - regardless of whether or not we got the machine up using WOL, we still verify a level of ping response consistency before continuing  
  5. : - verify the network path is visible before continuing  
  6. : - prompt at the start whether you want to shutdown the machine when finished  
  7. : - no further prompts during the process  
  8.  
  9. @ECHO OFF  
  10.  
  11. : SET THE FOLLOWING VARIABLES  
  12.  
  13. : Set robocopy destination into two variables. They are used individually to test CIFS and PING connectivity then combined to insert into robocopy command  
  14. : We'll strip quotes from the outsides of these, so feel free to use quotes around each varilable - or not.  
  15. Set remotemachine=192.168.1.137  
  16. Set copysource=D:\Mijn afbeeldingen\  
  17. Set copytoshare=BACKUP\%COMPUTERNAME%\Mijn afbeeldingen
  18.  
  19. : Time to wait after sending wol packet, before bothering to try to do anything else (approx startup time of remote machine)  
  20. Set timetowol=30  
  21.  
  22. : If, after sending wol and waiting, there's still no response, we'll wait 1 second and try again.  
  23. : This is the total number of tries. TBH, may as well set this really high and Ctrl-C if you get bored.  
  24. Set pingfaillimit=25  
  25.  
  26. : What do you consider is a good number of ping receipts to get back before deeming your connection to remote machine is stable? 1 = impatient. 10000 = paranoid. 10 = normal.  
  27. Set stabilitysatisfaction=6  
  28.  
  29. : Once stability, by the definition of how many pings specified, is attained, we check the copy-to network path is available  
  30. : Frankly, if it isn't, it probably won't become available. And you'll have to figure out the problem separately.  
  31. : But this gives us the option to keep trying x number of times before continuing.  
  32. : Note: this number doesn't correspond to an amount of time. Windows is unpredictable when trying to check fileshares.  
  33. Set filesharefaillimit=15  
  34.  
  35. : NO MORE VARIABLES TO SET NOW  
  36.  
  37. Set consecutivepingcheckcount=1  
  38. Set consecutivepingfailcount=1  
  39. Set filesharetestcount=1  
  40.  
  41. :pingandcheck  
  42.  
  43. ping /n 2 %remotemachine% | find "TTL=" >nul  
  44. if %errorlevel% == 0 goto reply  
  45.  
  46. @echo No Reply on that IP! Tried %consecutivepingfailcount% of %pingfaillimit% times  
  47.  
  48. Set consecutivepingcheckcount=1  
  49. Set /A consecutivepingfailcount+=1  
  50.  
  51. IF %consecutivepingfailcount% == %pingfaillimit% (  
  52. @echo We didn't get very far did we?  
  53. @echo I waited, but nothing!  
  54. @echo Increase the pingfaillimit variable?  
  55. GOTO fin  
  56. )  
  57. goto pingandcheck  
  58.  
  59. :reply  
  60. @echo IP Replied! Checking connection stability... %consecutivepingcheckcount% of %stabilitysatisfaction%  
  61. Set /A consecutivepingcheckcount+=1  
  62. IF %consecutivepingcheckcount% == %stabilitysatisfaction% (  
  63. @echo Connection appears stable!  
  64. GOTO checkfileshare  
  65. )  
  66. GOTO pingandcheck  
  67.  
  68. :checkfileshare  
  69. @echo Now checking fileshare  
  70. IF EXIST \\%remotemachine%\%copytoshare% (  
  71. @echo Fileshare is visible. Good to go. Starting copying.  
  72. GOTO docopy  
  73. )  
  74. @echo Couldn't find fileshare - tried %filesharetestcount% of %filesharefaillimit% times.  
  75. Set /A filesharetestcount+=1  
  76. ping 127.0.0.1 -n 2 >null  
  77. IF %filesharetestcount% == %filesharefaillimit% (  
  78. @echo Failed to find the fileshare. Oh no!  
  79. @echo Maybe verify the fileshare is accessible yourself?  
  80. GOTO fin  
  81. )  
  82. goto checkfileshare  
  83.  
  84. :docopy  
  85. :first three lines strip quotes if found then combine the machine name and share to give path  
  86. for /f "useback tokens=*" %%a in ('%remotemachine%') do set remotemachine=%%~a  
  87. for /f "useback tokens=*" %%a in ('%copytoshare%') do set copytoshare=%%~a  
  88. Set destination=\\%remotemachine%\%copytoshare%  
  89. ECHO on  
  90. robocopy "%copysource%" "%destination%" /MIR /ETA /XJ /R:10 /W:10  
  91.  
  92. :fin
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