> I think it does the basic permissions that map to unix equivalents.  It
> doesn't preserve acls, nor does it have any way to work around the
> existing ones - so you may have files that you can read in the backups
> but can't write back over the existing copy

Right. There might be files already the image restoration done in an earlier 

Would s.th. like this work:

1: Restore an half year old image, using dd (for partition table and MBR's 
2; Mount it 
3: "rm -rf" it
4: Copy the backup

Or would this kill the windows installation at some point?


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