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mwfaizel
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Other than UFS Explorer which tool can decrypt deduplication database and parse it?

 
Posted : 30/12/2022 2:52 pm
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olhachycher
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Hi,

There are a few tools that can decrypt and parse a Microsoft data deduplication database, including:

  • DDParse: a command-line tool that can parse deduplication metadata and display it in a human-readable format
  • DDP-Explorer: a GUI tool that allows you to view and export files from a deduplicated volume
  • SDFSLib: a library that can be used to access and parse deduplication metadata
  • PowerShell cmdlets: Microsoft provides a set of PowerShell cmdlets that can be used to manage and troubleshoot data deduplication in Windows Server, which include cmdlets for viewing and exporting files from a deduplicated volume

It's worth noting that, depending on the specific version of Windows you're running and the level of access you have to the deduplicated volume, you may need to have specific permissions and/or run the tools as an administrator to be able to decrypt and parse the deduplication database.

 
Posted : 24/01/2023 8:34 pm
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