JSI Tip 3989. WFPQuery freeware.


Marty List brings us WFPQuery, which allows you to query the list of files protected by Windows 2000/XP. You can export the entire list of protected files, or specify the files to query based on patterns/wildcards.

The readme contains:

Windows File Protection Query \[Version 1.00\]

Queries the Windows protected file list.


The syntax of this command is:

WFPQuery.exe /list|filename \[filename2 filename3 ...\]

 /list|/l       Displays the complete list of system protected files,
                All other parameters are ignored.

 If /l is not specified, one or more files can be queried individually.
 Separate multiple files with spaces; enclose paths containing spaces in quotes.


 An argument of /? or -? displays this syntax and returns 1.
 A successful completion will return 0.


Copyright 1999-2000  Marty List


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System Requirements: Windows XP; Windows 2000


Revision History:

1.00 	12/12/2000
Initial release.

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