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ACLCONV


Description | Syntax | Parameters | Switches | Related | Notes | Examples | Errorlevels | Availability

Converts OS/2 HPFS386 file and directory permissions to NTFS volumes.


Syntax

ACLCONV /data:datafile /log:logfile [/newdrive:drive] [/domain:domain] [/codepage:n]

ACLCONV /list /log:logfile /codepage:n


Parameters

none.


Switches
/codepage:n (NT3.5)
Specifies the Code Page associated with the BACKACC data file.
/data:datafile (NT3.5)
Specifies the LAN Manager for OS/2 BACKACC data file.
/domain:domain (NT3.5)
Searches only the specified domain for account names.
/list (NT3.5)
Lists the contents of the specified log file.
/log:logfile (NT3.5)
Specifies the file to log information about failed conversions.
/newdrive:drive (NT3.5)
Specifies the drive on which to restore permissions. Necessary only if the the permissions were backed up from a different drive letter.

Related

PORTUAS


Notes

Allows you to restore the access permissions recorded by the LAN Manager 2.x BACKACC utility onto an NTFS volume.

If the drive letter for the NTFS files is not the same as the original files, you must use the /newdrive switch to specify the new drive.

You must be a member of an administrator group to use ACLCONV.


Examples

To restore to drive E the access permissions to files backed up on drive D using LAN Manager BACKACC:

    ACLCONV /data:d:\lanman\accounts\aclbakd.acl /log:c:\admin\aclconv.log /newdrive:e

Errorlevels

none.


Availability
External
DOS
none
Windows
none
Windows NT
NT3.5