I am unable to automatically look for new files with a specific file extension on the local windows directory and move them (not copy) to a specific remote UNIX directory.
I also want to copy files (not move them) with specific extensions automatically from the remote UXIX machine directory, excluding all subdirectories, to the local windows directory. I'll let UNIX take care of cleaning up old files.
In other words, I want to move in one direction and copy in the other direction automatically in the background. I'd like to try running the program as a service, using the program called "AtYourService"
I also want to exclude subdirectories from synchronization, but the program seems to include all subdirectories when doing so.
I noticed that there is a command line "Upload" but not a "Download"
Can any of these commands be run from the windows task scheduler?