Originally Posted by thraxed
Xcopy does not copy files out of the iso, xcopy just copy files and folders from one place to another. As for copy method yeah xcopy a pain look at the directions you had to write, when all they have to do is open a window for the cd rom and drag an drop onto the usb drive, or however. You have to spend 10 mins extracting the iso to your hard drive, then to use xcopy to put it on usb is a waste of time, when you can extract it with winrar straight to the usb saving 10 minutes.
Files burned to iso usually dont have security, the xcopy swithes are for copy all files and folder and subfiles and folders, keeping the directory structure.
If you read his post, he did not say that the iso is to be extracted. The iso is either mounted, or a physical DVD in a drive. No extraction needed at all. It is a direct copy.