Is radmind available for Windows?

By: Richard Glaser - Revised: 2006-05-31 devin

Currently, NO there hasn't been a radmind port of Windows client/server.

But, there is a project, started with University of Michigan & Stanford University, to port radmind to Windows. They are interested in identify and hopefully enlist other schools that are interested in collaborating, especially those willing and able to offer both knowledge and software development time.

Their goal is to have a testable product sometime before Feb, 2005. The specific items they will working on will be the development of the windows equivalents of the fsdiff tool (what we're currently calling ntfsdiff and regdiff). In addition, the various other tools (lapply, lcreate, etc) will need to be ported as well.

There is a mail list (hosted at Stanford University), To join the e-mail list, send a message to with "subscribe radmind-pc" in the body.