NTFSready is a little tool to avoid problems with bad characters like ?, <, >, ", |, \, :, / in the file structure when networking between Mac OSX and Windows. NTFSready lets you find these restricted characters and delete them from you filestructure before you copy them onto an NTFS drive.
This is also very useful when you work with NTFS for Mac OS X that makes it possible to read and write to NTFS drives natively from OS X. Choose a folder to look for bad chars in the filestructure. NTFSready will search all subfolders and delete restricted characters from file and foldernames. This version is the first release on CNET Download.com.