lsattr — List file attributes
lsattr [-RVadhln] [file]...
-R, --recursive recursively list attributes of directories and their contents -V, --version display the program version -a, --all list all files in directories, including files that start with '.' -d, --directory list directories like other files, rather than listing their contents. -l, --long print options using long names instead of single character abbreviations -n, --no-headers don't print directory headers when recursing -h, --help this help text
The lsattr program allows to list file attributes, namely DOS attributes, file sparseness, FS level encryption and compression state, as well as directories' case sensitivity setting.
'r', 'Readonly': file is read-only, directory is system-marked 'h', 'Hidden': file or directory is hidden 's', 'System': file or directory that the operating system uses 'a', 'Archive': file or directory has the archive marker set 't', 'Temporary': file is being used for temporary storage 'S', 'Sparse': file is sparse 'r', 'Reparse': file or directory that has a reparse point 'c', 'Compressed': file or directory is compressed 'o', 'Offline': the data of a file is moved to offline storage 'n', 'Notindexed': file or directory is not to be indexed by the content indexing service 'e', 'Encrypted': file is encrypted 'C', 'Casesensitive': directory is handled case sensitive (Windows 10 1803 or later, local NTFS only, WSL must be installed)