Using only standard commands, I have scripted CopyCreated.bat to perform the subject copy.

The syntax for using CopyCreated.bat is:

CopyCreated Folder YYYYMMDD Drive:

Where:

                              Folder    is the path to the folder that contains the files that you wish to copy, like C:\MyFolder.                              YYYYMMDD  is the date created that you wish to test, like 20040102.                              Drive:    is the destination drive, or folder path, where the files created on or after YYYYMMDD will be copied to.
CopyCreated.bat contains:
                              @echo off                              If \{%3\}==\{\} @echo Syntax: CopyCreated Folder YYYYMMDD Drive:&goto :EOF                              if not exist %1 Syntax: CopyCreated Folder YYYYMMDD Drive: - %1 not found.&goto :EOF                              if not exist %3 Syntax: CopyCreated Folder YYYYMMDD Drive: - %3 not found.&goto :EOF                              setlocal ENABLEDELAYEDEXPANSION                              set folder=%1                              set ymd=%2                              set drv=%3                              for /f "Tokens=*" %%a in ('dir %folder% /b /a-d /s') do (                               for /f "Tokens=1-3* Delims=/ " %%b in ('dir "%%a" /TC ^|find /I "%%~nxa"') do (                                set /a YYYY=10000%%d%%10000                                if !YYYY! LSS 2000 set /A YYYY=!YYYY! + 2000                                set /a MM=100%%b%%100                                if !MM! LSS 10 set MM=0!MM!                                set /a DD=100%%c%%100                                if !DD! LSS 10 set DD=0!DD!                                set YYYYMMDD=!YYYY!!MM!!DD!                                if "!YYYYMMDD!" GEQ "%ymd%" @echo "%%a"                                if "!YYYYMMDD!" GEQ "%ymd%" if not exist "%drv%%%~Pa" MD "%drv%%%~Pa"                                 if "!YYYYMMDD!" GEQ "%ymd%" copy "%%a" "%drv%%%~Pa*.*"                               )                              )                              endlocal