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Using FTP.exe and mget to download files and directories from a ftp directory

I am trying to set up an automatic download of the files from a FTP directory on a scheduled basis. The solution I have come up with is to create a batch file that will be ran by windows task scheduler. the batch file is as follows (so far)

prompt
open ftp://xx.xx.xx.xx
myuser
mypassword
lcd C:localdir
cd /remotedir/
mget *
quit


The problem is that this does not get everything in the specified directory. Only the loose files in the directory such as a .zip or .txt file. I have searched the questions here to no avail. So how can I get mget to not only download loose files in the root directory but also download the sub-directories and containing files (keeping the structure intact)?

EDIT: I have found a way to accomplish what I want. I am using WinSCP to do the scheduled download with command parameters. For those that may want to do this as well they can check this link for instructions.

http://winscp.net/eng/docs/guide_schedule

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