Multiple File Finder can search for filenames and/or path names and add the matching files to a specific report table.
Additionally, files can be exported and automatically renamed in different ways. An user defined text can be added to the comment field of a file or the comment field can be replaced with a text.
After finishing the search, external applications can be run to take over the further analysis of the exported files.
This X-Tension can be used in the dialog "Refine Volume Snapshot" and via the directory browser context menu.
Multiple File Finder supports regular expressions in search terms. All available options and possibilitys are described in detail.
Here is a simple example what you can do with the Multiple File Finder X-Tension:
The definition could look like this one:
[Default] ReportTable=Windows Registry ExportFolder=<SELECTFOLDER:Select an export folder for Windows Registry files:> [Item] Path=Sm:\Windows\System32\config\ Name=R:^(SYSTEM|SOFTWARE|SAM)$ ExportExisting=Overwrite [Item] Path=R:\\(Documents and Settings|Dokumente und Einstellungen)\\ Path=RN:\\(All Users|Default User|LocalService|NetworkService)\\$ Name=Sm:NTUSER.DAT ExportExisting=ForceRenameOverwrite ExportRenameMask=<NAME>_<PARENT><EXT> [Finalize] Execute=open|C:\Applications\RegistryReport\RegReport.exe|||"<LASTEXPORTFOLDER>" /R
Multiple File Finder X-Tension for X-Ways Forensics 64-Bit (RAR, 819 KB, version 1.1)
This download contains the 64-bit version of the Multiple File Finder X-Tension for X-Ways Forensics 64-bit.
The changelog for this application is available in the German version of this page only.