|No MoveOptions used, this fails when the file name already exists.
If the destination file name already exists, the function replaces its contents with the contents of the source file.
This value cannot be used if lpNewFileName or lpExistingFileName names a directory.
If the file is to be moved to a different volume, the function simulates the move by using the CopyFile and DeleteFile functions.
The system does not move the file until the operating system is restarted. The system moves the file immediately after AUTOCHK is executed, but before creating any paging files.
Consequently, this parameter enables the function to delete paging files from previous startups. This value can only be used if the process is in the context of a user who belongs to the administrators group or the LocalSystem account.
The function does not return until the file has actually been moved on the disk.
Setting this value guarantees that a move performed as a copy and delete operation is flushed to disk before the function returns. The flush occurs at the end of the copy operation.
Reserved for future use.
The function fails if the source file is a link source, but the file cannot be tracked after the move.
This situation can occur if the destination is a volume formatted with the FAT file system.