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Copy File Using RunDll32.exe Kernel32.dll

My problem is i don't know how to use CopyFile with Kernel32.

rundll32.exe kernel32.dll,CopyFileA 'C:UsersUserDesktop est.txt','C:UsersUserDesktop est2.txt', 0


I am not using any program, i just want to run that command from 'run' dialog if possible.
Thank you.

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