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Opening BKF files on Windows 7 and up

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Hi,


A Windows 2003 SBS server is set to create BKF files nightly and save them on a network hard drive.  If the server fails, how can we open the BKF files if all the other computers are Windows 7 or higher?


Thanks!
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There's a utility available that you can use to restore from bkf files:

http://www.winhelponline.com/blog/restore-bkf-ntbackup-restore-utility-windows-7/
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Cool, thanks!
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