I need some assistance. I have recently setup my bosses new computer (windows 7 pro). I have all of the quickbooks financial files copied over. Now, on our main server, I run RemoteDataBackups for our offsite storage. When she was using XP, I just used the Windows Backup software to create a backup of the QB data file and then wrote a batch file to copy it to the main server for offsite backup. But, Windows 7 does not have that backup feature. It has "a" backup feature, but the problem is, it's not incremental nor does it replace the previous backed up file like I want. Instead, it creates a new backup each time. Well it gets backed up every night, so you can see how quickly it will amass to a huge number of files. So, since it can't create a single backup of the datafile, I'm trying to just write a batch file to copy the data folder from within QB to the server, but I can't seem to get the syntax right. The folder is in: "c:\program files (x86)\intuit\quickbooks\", but of course that file format is invalid in command prompt. I've tried truncating per usual like "progra~1", but in Win7, there are too Program Files folders and it fails every time. I tried with Copy, XCOPY, and ROBOCOPY, but I have a feeling it is all in the syntax of my batch file. Can anyone help me figure out the proper syntax to get it to copy the data folder, overriding existing files?