Batch file to search and copy files & folders specified

I would like to create a batch file to copy list of files and folder from source to destination. Here is the list of checks to be considered before copying. I am not aware of batch file coding. Please help.

  1. Source location should read from batch (set /p source= enter input dir: C: \Desktop\ Junk)
  2. Destination location is constant server location (example \ \Network\Team\Destination) and inside destination folder, folder to be created by considering source folder name with computer user name as prefix i.e., ComputerUserName_Junk folder . \Network\Team\Destination\ ComputerUserName_Junk
  3. Start copy the specified data present in source including sub folders data.

Example C:\Desktop\ Junk \ folder has

C:\Desktop\Junk\Subfolder A
C:\Desktop\Junk\Subfolder B
    C:\Desktop\Junk\Subfolder B\Subfolder C
C:\Desktop\Junk\Subfolder C
C:\Desktop\Junk\Subfolder D


  1. I need complete data present in Subfolder A(1.txt and 2.exe) to Destination folder \Network\Team\Destination\ComputerUserName_Junk\ Subfolder A .
  2. I need only files with extension of *.txt in Subfolder B (i.e. 7.txt and 9.txt) to \Network\Team\Destination\ComputerUserName_Junk\ Subfolder B .
  3. I need specific file names 4.exe and 6.dll to \Network\Team\Destination\ComputerUserName_Junk\ Subfolder B\Subfolder C .

Output/Destination folder should look like this: \Network\Team\Destination\ComputerUserName_Junk

Subfolder A
Subfolder B
    Subfolder C

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