Ive just passed the Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 Application Development Foundation exam (MCTS 70-536) with a score of 806.
Normally using copy C:\test.txt C:\test – if the folder does not exist it will create a file named test, however if the folder does exist, it should copy the file to the folder. On our build server however (running cruise control and msbuild) i got bizarre behaviour where the existing folder was deleted and replaced by a file named test. The workaround was to alter the build events in the code to contain a trailing slash, i.e. copy C:\test.txt C:\test\.
Note i am not sure on the accuracy of the cause of this, but just wanted to write a note to investigate further if it happens again.