Thanks for the info. I will just use robocopy and have it copy the files across the network to my local drive into a backup folder (C:\Backup\Website, C:\Backup\FTP, etc) and then just burn from that folder. Thanks, Mike.
First off, I want to say what a great program Imgburn is. Being able to run it from a batch file enables me to have it run automatically through a scheduled task for my backups...very handy. I was wondering if there is a way to change the location that files get placed to when burned onto a DVD with imgburn. I have multiple sources and want to be able to separate these on the DVD for clarity. For example. Say I have a W: folder that has 20 folders inside it that I want put on a DVD. I also have an X: folder which I want one folder from there to be put onto the same DVD. The problem is I don't want all the folders to be put on the root of the DVD. Instead I would like all the folders from W: to go inside a Website folder and the folder from X: to go inside an FTP folder. So that the DVD structure would look like this: D: -Website -> 20 folders -FTP -> 1 folder Is this possible? Thanks in advance, Mike.