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Rock D Barney, Keith Schwols, Ellen M Nelson: Integration of a database into file management software for protecting, tracking and retrieving data. Hewlett Packard Company, April 3, 2001: US06212512 (565 worldwide citation)

A data protection system that integrates a database with Windows Explorer in the Microsoft Windows 9X and NT Environments that mimics the Windows Explorer user interface, enabling the user to apply already known use paradigms. The data protection system appears as an extension to Windows Explorer an ...


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Keith Schwols: Integration of a database into file management software for protecting, tracking, and retrieving data. Hewlett Packard Development Company, January 4, 2005: US06839721 (109 worldwide citation)

A data protection system that integrates a database with Windows Explorer in the Microsoft Windows 9X and NT Environments that mimics the Windows Explorer user interface, enabling the user to apply already known use paradigms. The data protection system appears as an extension to Windows Explorer an ...


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Rock D Barney, Keith Schwols, Ellen M Nelson: Method of displaying temporal and storage media relationships of file names protected on removable storage media. Hewlett Packard Development Company, June 15, 2004: US06751604 (26 worldwide citation)

A data protection system that integrates a database with Windows Explorer in the Microsoft Windows 9X and NT Environments that mimics the Windows Explorer user interface, enabling the user to apply already known use paradigms. The data protection system appears as an extension to Windows Explorer an ...


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Rock D Barney, Keith Schwols, Ellen M Nelson: Providing file management of backup data stored on one or more removable storage media. Hewlett Packard Development Company, October 5, 2010: US07809756 (4 worldwide citation)

A data protection system that integrates a database with Windows Explorer in the Microsoft Windows 9X and NT Environments that mimics the Windows Explorer user interface, enabling the user to apply already known use paradigms. The data protection system appears as an extension to Windows Explorer an ...


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Rock D Barney, Keith Schwols, Ellen M Nelson: Method of displaying temporal and storage media relationships of file names of files protected on removable storage media. Hewlett Packard Company, June 28, 2001: US20010005846-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A data protection system that integrates a database with Windows Explorer in the Microsoft Windows 9X and NT Environments that mimics the Windows Explorer user interface, enabling the user to apply already known use paradigms. The data protection system appears as an extension to Windows Explorer an ...


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Rock D Barney, Keith Schwols, Ellen M Nelson: Providing file management of backup data stored on one or more removable storage media. Hewlett Packard Company, November 4, 2004: US20040220899-A1

A data protection system that integrates a database with Windows Explorer in the Microsoft Windows 9X and NT Environments that mimics the Windows Explorer user interface, enabling the user to apply already known use paradigms. The data protection system appears as an extension to Windows Explorer an ...


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Keith Schwols: Integration of a database into file management software for protecting, tracking, and retrieving data. Hewlett Packard Company, July 18, 2002: US20020095416-A1

A data protection system that integrates a database with Windows Explorer in the Microsoft Windows 9X and NT Environments that mimics the Windows Explorer user interface, enabling the user to apply already known use paradigms. The data protection system appears as an extension to Windows Explorer an ...


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Keith Schwols, George Harold Robbert, Robert William Proulx: File locking. Hewlett Packard Development Company, Schwegman Lundberg Woessner & Kluth Pa, November 10, 2005: US20050251537-A1

An information file is inspected for an identity of a locking service associated with a desired file. The locking service is contacted, and the locking service grants access if the desired file is available.



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