Selectively move old data

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    I am planning some data migration and need to move some old data to a different storage (USB or network share on a different server). So I am looking for the way to move data selectively (by the last time modified) to a different drive preserving data path. There can be old and new or newly modified files in the same folder/subfolders and I need to move only old files to a different drive keeping the same folder structure on a destination drive (so something like tiering in win 2012).
    All the data is on win 2008 and 2008 R2 servers.
    Has anybody done anything like this before? Any software that does that?

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