Of course I know!
Unfortunately this feature is so essential to most users coming up the way from Backup Exec to Veeam Backup & Replication. Imagine a scenario where ACL's are suddenly destroyed in many different directories for whatever reason. With VBR you are forced to restore the complete data of a fileserver, because you might not know, which directories ACL's have been lost (or do a quick rollback of a VMDK). Maybe data has been changed or newly created since the last nightly backup, this data is lost (because of the quick rollback), so another incremental backup or quick backup before rollback is necessary, so that this data is not lost. After the server has been quickly rollbacked, to restore ACL's, you are forced to restore the new or changed data to the same server again.
Really, this is too complex imo.
With the competitor product you can safely restore ACL's, without the necessity to restore Megabytes, Gigabytes or Terrabytes of file-data.
Using the most recent Veeam B&R in 9 different environments now and counting!