The modified date is also copied for folders if you set "Configuration" -> "Options..." -> "Copy/Delete" -> "General Copy+Delete options:" -> "Copy date/time of directories"
To also copy Creation date and last Accessed date, you have to add this to the [Configuration] section of your wincmd.ini file:
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You can find the location of your wincmd.ini file via "Help" -> "About Total Commander" ("Help" is on the far right of your menu bar)
If both drives are NTFS partitions and you also want to copy the NTFS permissions, you need to select the option "Copy NTFS permissions (may need administrator rights)" in the "Copy" dialog (F5 dialog) - be sure that you have a user with the same name on the target PC, otherwise you may not be able to access the files afterwards on the target computer
I activate the option "Configuration" -> "Options..." -> "Copy/Delete" -> "General Copy+Delete options:" -> "Copy date/time of directories", and try to move one folder and creation date and modified date is today , i select preserve file dates, i dont care about files details but really need to copy the modified date of my folders
No, and not when copying from lokal harddisk to FTP either.I'm afraid TC will NOT preserve folder timestamps when copying from FTP site.