twfilter.ini Driver File Contents (twwinspa.exe)

;==============================================================================;
;
;
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;
;     WARNING - DO NOT MODIFY THIS FILE. IT WILL BE OVERWRITTEN BY THE 
;   INSTALLATION OR UPGRADE PROCEDURES. THESE SECTIONS ALSO EXIST IN YOUR
;    MAIN CONFIGURATION FILE, WHICH WILL BE PRESERVED ACROSS REINSTALLS.
;
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;
;
; This is the main filter file which tells the Object Data Service the names
; of the object which are summarily ignored. These objects are not placed
; in the database, as the the database service never sees the objects.
;
; There are basically two sections a specific platform will use. First, the
; [excludeAll] section is used to exclude an object on all platforms. Next, is
; the platform specific section.
;
; Within each section, a key can be either 'path' or 'object'. The path key
; contains multiple components while an object key contains only a single
; component. Within each component specification, you may use wildcards
; to match multiple files. These wildcards are in the Unix grep format (which,
; is also similar to Win9x/WinNT format) but can also be in DOS format. For 
; example, you may specify the component name '*A*B*' which would match
; any object that has a B following an A, in any position, or A*B which will
; match any object which starts with A and ends with B.
;
; If the key is object, then any matching file or directory will be 
; exluded regardless of the location in the file system it occurs. For
; example, specifying "object=*.BAK" will exclude all *.BAK files, and
; all directories ending with .BAK. 
;
; If the key is path, then each component must map to exactly one component
; in the file system. For example, if path=*\DIR\*.BAK is specified, then
; any all BAK files in a subdirectory named DIR on any volume will be 
; excluded.
;
; You may also use operating system environment variables like $windir$ to
; have "variable" paths. For example, specifying 'path=$windir$\*.BMP' while
; running on WindowsNT/2000, will exclude all the C:\WINNT\*.BMP files.
;
; NOTE: Each component must be seperated with a / or \, you may not use the
; NetWare syntax of SYS:SYSTEM!
;
;==============================================================================

;--------------------------------------
; Global exclude options
;--------------------------------------
[excludeAll]
path=*\recover.tmp			; disaster recover temporary directory

;--------------------------------------
; DOS exclude options
;--------------------------------------
[excludeDos]
path=*\MSDOS.SYS			; standard boot files
path=*\IO.SYS				; standard boot files
path=*\IBM*.COM				; standard boot files
path=*\COMMAND.COM			; standard boot files

;--------------------------------------
; Win95/98 exclude options
;--------------------------------------
[excludeWin95]
path=*\IO.SYS				; standard boot files
path=*\COMMAND.COM			; standard boot files
path=*\RECYCLED				; remove the Recycle bin
path=$windir$\Temporary Internet Files	; temporary internet files and cache
path=$windir$\USER.DAT			; user registry
path=$windir$\SYSTEM.DAT		; system registry
path=$windir$\Profiles\*\USER.DAT	; user registry (when using profiles)
object=PAGEFILE.SYS			; VM paging file
object=WIN386.SWP			; VM paging file

;--------------------------------------
; WinNT/Win2000 exclude options
;--------------------------------------
[excludeWinNT]
path=*\IO.SYS				; standard boot files
path=*\NTLDR				; standard boot files
path=*\NTDETECT.COM			; standard boot files
path=*\RECYCLED				; remove the Recycle bin

[excludeWinNT.v5]
path=$windir$\System32\NtmsData		; NTMS database
path=$windir$\Temporary Internet Files	; temporary internet files and cache
path=$windir$\System32\Config		; registry and logs
path=$profdir$\*\ntuser.dat		; user profile registry
path=$profdir$\*\ntuser.dat.log		; user profile registry log
path=$profdir$\*\Cookies		; remove the cookies
path=$profdir$\*\History		; remove the history
path=$profdir$\*\Local Settings\Temp	; remove the temp directory
path=$profdir$\*\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files
path=$profdir$\*\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Windows\UsrClass.dat
path=$profdir$\*\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Windows\UsrClass.dat.Log
path=$windir$\ntds			; remove Active directory database
path=$windir$\system32\perflib*.dat	; remove performance data
path=$windir$\temp			; remove temporary files
path=$windir$\Debug			; remove unused debugging files
path=$windir$\RemoteStorage		; remove RMS - backed up thu connector
object=PAGEFILE.SYS			; VM paging file
object=WIN386.SWP			; VM paging file

[excludeWinNT.v4]
path=$windir$\Temporary Internet Files	; temporary internet files and cache
path=$windir$\System32\Config		; registry and logs
path=$windir$\Profiles\*\ntuser.dat	; user profile registry
path=$windir$\Profiles\*\ntuser.dat.log	; user profile registry log
object=PAGEFILE.SYS			; VM paging file
object=WIN386.SWP			; VM paging file

[excludeWinNT.v3]
path=$windir$\Temporary Internet Files	; temporary internet files and cache
path=$windir$\System32\Config		; registry and logs
path=$windir$\Profiles\*\ntuser.dat	; user profile registry
path=$windir$\Profiles\*\ntuser.dat.log	; user profile registry log
object=PAGEFILE.SYS			; VM paging file
object=WIN386.SWP			; VM paging file

;--------------------------------------
; NetWare exclude options
;--------------------------------------
[excludeNetWare]
path=*\MSDOS.SYS			; standard boot files
path=*\IO.SYS				; standard boot files
path=*\IBM*.COM				; standard boot files
path=*\COMMAND.COM			; standard boot files
path=SYS:\_NETWARE			; 4.x NDS directory
path=SYS:\SYSTEM\NET$*.SYS		; 3.x Bindery files
path=SYS:\SYSTEM\*.QDR			; Queue files and directories
path=SYS:\QUEUES\*.QDR			; Queue files and directories
path=SYS:\SYSTEM\BTRIEVE.TRN		; Btrieve transaction file
path=SYS:\BACKOUT.TTS			; TTS file
path=*\VOL$LOG.ERR			; Volume error log
path=*\TTS$LOG.ERR			; TTS error log
path=*\SYS$LOG.ERR			; System error log
path=*\DELETED.SAV			; remove the trash bin
path=NSS_ADMIN:				; remove the NSS admin volume (R/O)
path=DOSFAT_?:				; use TapeWares own NSS style driver
path=*\_SWAP_.MEM			; the swap file

;--------------------------------------
; Linux exclude options
;--------------------------------------
[excludeLinux]
path=/proc				; Exclude the procs directory

;--------------------------------------
; Unix exclude options
;--------------------------------------
[excludeUnix]
path=/proc				; Exclude the procs directory
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