I know this can easily be done in Linux with various commands but I am unsure how to do this in Windows. I looked at Sysinternals first and they don't seem to have what I want. I need to search for a file, by name, rename it to filename.extension.old and replace it with a new version in another directory. I did some reading on .bat, Powershell and Windows Scripting but I feel way over my head in this. Are any of you familiar with an easy solution or know of an existing one that you have used in the past?