CSCCMD 1.1 tool

I need to download the CSCCMD 1.1 tool.  Does anyone have this that they can email me? or tell me where I can get it.  I need to recover some offline files from a computer and desperately need it?

Thanks

my email is debra dot prada at vinlandenergy dot com
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dave4dlCommented:
On http://support.microsoft.com/kb/884739 it says
"To obtain the CSCCMD tool, contact Microsoft Product Support Services"
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dpradaAuthor Commented:
I did not want to deal with Microsoft and was able to go to the above site from johnb6767 and download a copy.  I have not attempted to run it yet as the user is not on site today, but hopefully i will be able to recover.  I have a user who used to sync with our houston server.  Our houston server was stolen and what i did was to copy all of her files inside her my documents to our servers here in London, I removed her profile from the computer, disjoined her from the domain, rejoined her to the domain, was able to get her files synchronizing again, however, there were files missing, which I assume are her local copies or new files she created before ever synchronizing.  I am desperately hoping that this tool will work and if you guys have any experience with this, please share with me what exactly I need to do.  Thanks
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dpradaAuthor Commented:
I would like some further assistance with using this tool is you guys are able to help, based on my recent post.  Thanks
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johnb6767Commented:
Sure. 2 commands that should work...... Pop the file in your PATH......

csccmd.exe /extract /target:C:\ExtractedFiles /recurse
or
csccmd.exe /extract /target:C:\ExtractedFiles /onlymodified

Then look at the C:\ExtractedFiles folder, and see what happens.....

Just for giggles, id be curiouos to see if there are any recent postings of your server model on http://Houston.craigslist.org.......

We always have hundreds of popstings a day in Computers......
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dpradaAuthor Commented:
question John, can I do this at the same laptop or is it better to move it to another laptop or computer to do it?
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johnb6767Commented:
IMHO same laptop would be better....
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dpradaAuthor Commented:
Everything worked perfect, very useful and powerful tool.  Thanks for your help johnb6767
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johnb6767Commented:
NP!
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Om JoshiSr. System AdministratorCommented:
Hi,

the link
http://www.jacksontechnical.com/pubfiles/csccmd_v1.1.zip 
works but file is incomplete... or not working with windows 7.
Do you have tool which can work with windows 7

please let me knwo... thanks,
om.
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johnb6767Commented:
Havent seen one for 7 yet....
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