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    Uploading to sharepoint document library via command prompt?

    Here's a good one for any sharepoint experts out there...

    Is it possible to copy files to a sharepoint document library..... from the command prompt?

    As I'm in the process of setting up our VLE (LP+), I'm copying large quantities of files up, a few of which are rejected by the platform due to their size, file type etc.

    Opening the document library in windows explorer works fine, until a file is rejected, at which point copying stops until I click "OK".

    If only I could use Xcopy, or better still RoboCopy, the relief would be incredible as I could leave it to gradually upload a few gigs unnattended!

    I can't map a drive with "net use..." or "subst" either - been down that route.... there has to be a way doesn't there?

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    I have these 2 pages bookmarked from my last stint in researching getting us set up quickly here -

    https://blogs.conchango.com/stuartpr...2/23/1043.aspx
    Command Line Bulk Upload Tool - Windows Live

    Sound like just what you need

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