JSI Tip 9945. How can a script backup or restore NTFS permissions?

Using the corrected version of SubInAcl, I have scripted NTFSBKP.bat to backup or restore NTFS permissions.

The syntax for using NTFSBKP.bat is:

NTFSBKP DriveOrFolder DestinationFolder BKP|RST

Where:

DriveOrFolder      is the drive, or folder, including files and sub-folders, 
                   whose NTFS security you wish to backup or restore. 

DestinationFolder  is the destination folder that will contain /does contain
                   two files that hold backed up security attributes.

BKP|RST            BKP causes NTFSBKP.bat to backup the NTFS security.
                   RST causes NTFSBKP.bat to restore the NTFS security from the previous backup.
NTFSBKP.bat contains:
@echo off
If \{%3\}

\{\} @echo Syntax: NTFSBKP DriveOrFolder DestinationFolder BKP^|RST&goto :EOF if not exist %1 @echo NTFSBKP - %1 NOT FOUND.&goto :EOF if not exist %2 @echo NTFSBKP - %2 NOT FOUND.&goto :EOF if /i \{%1\}

\{%2\} @echo Syntax: NTFSBKP DriveOrFolder DestinationFolder BKP^|RST&goto :EOF if /i \{%3\}

\{BKP\} goto OK if /i \{%3\}

\{RST\} goto OK @echo Syntax: NTFSBKP DriveOrFolder DestinationFolder BKP^|RST&goto :EOF :OK setlocal set DorF=%1# set DorF=%DorF:"=% set DorF=%DorF:\#=% set DorF=%DorF:#=% set Fld=%2# set Fld=%Fld:"=% set Fld=%Fld:\#=% set Fld=%Fld:#=% set Sw=%3 set F1=%DorF% set F1=%F1::\=_% set F1=%F1:\=_% set F2="%Fld%\%F1%_ALL.log" set F1="%Fld%\%F1%.log" if /i "%Sw%" EQU "RST" goto Restore set D1="%DorF%" set D2="%DorF%\*.*" if exist %F1% del /q %F1% if exist %F2% del /q %F2% subinacl /noverbose /nostatistic /outputlog=%F1% /subdirectories %D1% /display subinacl /noverbose /nostatistic /outputlog=%F2% /subdirectories %D2% /display endlocal goto :EOF :Restore if not exist %F1% goto :Rest1 if not exist %F2% goto :Rest2 subinacl /nostatistic /playfile %F1% subinacl /nostatistic /playfile %F2% endlocal goto :EOF :Rest1 @echo NTFSBKP %1 %2 %3 - %F1% NOT FOUND. endlocal goto :EOF :Rest2 @echo NTFSBKP %1 %2 %3 - %F2% NOT FOUND. endlocal



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