The BFT constants are used as bit flags to identify different
file types in an Active Directory backup.
- 0x03 | BFT_DIRECTORY
The file is the path of the checkpoint directory.
The file belongs in the database directory.
The path specified is a directory and not a file name.
- 0x01 | BFT_LOG_DIRECTORY
Specifies a log file that belongs in the log directory.
- 0x02 | BFT_DIRECTORY
The file is the path of the log directory.
The file belongs in the log directory.
- 0x04 | BFT_DATABASE_DIRECTORY
The file is a directory service database that belongs in the
- 0x05 | BFT_LOG_DIRECTORY
The file is a patch file that belongs in the log directory.
The file cannot be recognized. The file does not coincide with the
known file names and file types.
Client: Included in Windows XP and
Windows 2000 Professional.
Server: Included in Windows Server 2003 and
Windows 2000 Server.
Header: Declared in Ntdsbcli.h.