How to use -d in ntfsundelete?

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http://unix.stackexchange.com – As far as I can tell from the manpage of ntfsundelete getting a file back is done with e.g. ntfsundelete /dev/sdb3 -u -m important.txt which would undelete the file in-place. If I don't want in-place mode I see this option -d, --destination DIR Destination directory but when I use it -d /tmp/win it thinks it is a regex. How should -d be used? (HowTos)