Topic "mv (move) command does not accept windows destination path"

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I am facing a problem with winscp commandline scripting:
I am trying to move files from unix to windows system like:

mv file1 file2 D:\abc\xyz\

but its mentioned here that the destination folder should be terminated with a slash. But unfortunately its accepting only forward slash(/) which is unix style file seperator, and not accepting windows style seperator, backward slash(\).

Please help me how to move files from unix system to windows system. Thanks in advance.
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Use get -delete file1 file2 D:\abc\xyz\

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