SysInfoTools NSF Local Security Remover
SysInfoTools NSF Local Security Remover, remove local security from NSF files.
|Category||Security & Encryption|
NSF Local Security Remover from SysInfoTools is a robust and powerful tool that allows the user to remove local security restrictions from secured NSF database files of Lotus Notes. This tool removes security in no time with just few mouse clicks and keystrokes. NSF Local Security Remover from SysInfoTools is a perfect solution for removing security from secured NSF database file of Lotus Notes.
Lotus Notes has an attribute named as Access Control List (ACL) using which administrator set access rights to particular NSF file. Using this attribute file owner manages the NSF file. But sometimes the situation arises when Lotus Domino server act inaccessible stops responding and the user or administrator is not able to access the NSF file. Every time when they try to do so the above-mentioned errors is flashed making the situation worse. NSF Local Security Remover from SysInfoTools is specially designed to deal with such type of situations. It erases NSF security aptly and helps you to open and read Lotus Notes NSF files. NSF Local Security Remover from SysInfoTools is a perfect and powerful solution to erase NSF security just a few seconds.
NSF Local Security Remover from SysInfoTools also equipped with a remarkable feature named as undo changes that enable to undo the changes or action that went wrong. So whenever you need to access the secured NSF file and administrator is not there to provide you the access rights of NSF file then just install the NSF Local Security Remover from SysInfoTools and get full access to NSF file in just a few seconds.
We recommend our customer to try free demo version of the software for free evaluation before making any purchase. Demo version is fully functional except that it removes local security from NSF files that are up to 2 MB.
NOTE- NSF Local Security Remover from SysInfoTools does not remove passwords from NSF files. Please do not use NSF Local Security Remover from SysInfoTools to decrypt an encrypted file.