Creates a new Background Intelligent Transfer Service (BITS) transfer job.
Start-BitsTransfer [-Source] [[-Destination] ] [-Asynchronous]
[-Authentication ] [-Credential ] [-Description ]
[-DisplayName ] [-Priority ] [-ProxyAuthentication ]
[-ProxyBypass ] [-ProxyCredential ] [-ProxyList ]
[-ProxyUsage ] [-RetryInterval ] [-RetryTimeout ] [-Suspended]
[-TransferType ] [-Confirm] [-WhatIf] 
The Start-BitsTransfer cmdlet creates a new BITS transfer job to transfer one or
more files between a client computer and a server. The TransferType parameter
specifies the direction of the transfer. By default, after the cmdlet begins the
transfer, the command prompt is not available until the transfer is complete or
until the transfer enters an error state. If the state of the returned BitsJob
object is Error, the error code and description are contained in the object and can
be used for analysis.
The Start-BitsTransfer cmdlet supports downloading multiple files from a server to a
client computer, but it does not generally support uploading multiple files from a
client computer to a server. If you need to upload more than one file, you can use
the Import-CSV cmdlet to pipe the output to the Add-BitsFile cmdlet to upload
multiple files. Or, if you need to upload more than one file, consider using a
cabinet file (.cab) or a compressed file (.zip).
Online version: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=141435
To see the examples, type: "get-help Start-BitsTransfer -examples".
For more information, type: "get-help Start-BitsTransfer -detailed".
For technical information, type: "get-help Start-BitsTransfer -full".