Batch File Problem I have Norton GHost to do backups between three computers, and I need help making a batch file that renames the backup files that Ghost creates to the time and date they were created. I could replace this with a batch that simply names them to today's date as I will be running this file as a scheduled task the day the backup is created. The batch file I'm looking for should: rename the files to match the date they were made copy them to \\wielinator\backups\XP move them to C:\backups\XP\old The files I want this done to are in C:\backups\XP\New THis is all part of a large scheduling, organizing, and copying plan that keeps three computers backed up and lets them do the backups when I don't have to worry about someone getting ticked off because their stuff got lost when they were working on it. I have the copy command with all the echo labeling I need: ECHO OFF ECHO This batch file copies the C drive backup files to the WIelinator ECHO READY TO BACKUP ECHO backing up... COPY "C:\BACKUPS\XP\NEW" "\\WIELINATOR\BACKUPS\XP" ECHO All done! I think I can do the move part of the file, but I can't get the renaming to work. I also tried the suggestion at http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,4...386947,00.asp but it would not work. I'm sure theres someone here who really knows how to make a batch file that can help me.