SysInfoTools NSF Local Security Remover 1.01

"SysInfoTools NSF Local Security Remover" snapshot

NSF Local Security Remover from SysInfoTools is an application that allows user to remove local security from NSF database files of Lotus Notes. NSF Local Security Remover from SysInfoTools is build with highly interactive graphical user interface.

Software information
Platform:
Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000/95/98
Publisher:
sysinfotools
Price:
$49
File size:
3.42 Mb
Date added:
December 18, 2010
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NSF Local Security Remover from SysInfoTools is an application that allows user to remove local security from NSF database files of Lotus Notes. NSF Local Security Remover from SysInfoTools is build with highly interactive graphical user interface that is self explanatory in nature. No extra technical skills are required by the user to use the software to use the software, even a novice user can use this tool easily.
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