I've got a corrupt ntbackup file that won't open in ntbackup.
There are various utilities that a google search turns up that say they can repair the files. Do I need to use one or is there a simple way of using ntbackup to do this?
Update: This forum thread on tek-tips has some very useful information, like
As alternative you could try this commercial software for BKF recovery.
There is also an open source project on SourceForge: JMTF
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