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Case Analyzer and Sweep Enterprise Data Extraction

This script is designed to batch-extract selected reports created by the Case Analyzer and Sweep Enterprise EnScripts to comma-delimited spreadsheets.

The script operates by processing the Case.sqlite file created by the Case Processor script, or the Sweep.sqlite file created by the Sweep Enterprise script. These files will be located in the EnScripts sub-folder of the case in question.

The user is required to specify a designated output-folder into which the script will write each spreadsheet maintaining the relative report path as observed within EnCase.

Please note that Microsoft Excel will treat a string as a formula if it starts with an arithmetic operator. This is most likely to occur with any field containing command-line parameters. This issue will be fixed in a future version.

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Version: 1.0
Tested with:
EnCase Forensic and Endpoint Investigator 8.07
Developer: Simon Key
Category: Utility

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