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A friends ancient server has broke down.   The only thing he has is a 200gb bkf file he used the NT operating system backup software.  I need to get data off of this file but I ned some software in order ot do it, preferably free.
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You can read that bkf file with any version of NT / 2000 / 2003 server NTbackup utility.

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Thanks this was what I was hoping.
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Thanks this was what I was hoping.
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