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How to I control the WindowNT DAT Backup system in my program ?

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I have a general DAT backup system. My OS is windowsNT 4.0 workstation.
'ntbackup.exe' program can backup my directory or drive to DAT system.
I want to control the DAT machine in my program. I want to backup a specify files to DAT and restore that files to my Harddisk.
What API functions can be do that ?


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There are a whole set of FNs such as Backupread, BackupWrite, GetTapeparametes,EraseTape, CreateFile, SetTapePosition etc. etc.

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Thanks !!!

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