AppleShare IP First Aid is a repair and backup utility for AppleShare data files. It can check the integrity of these files as well as make attempts to repair files that may have become corrupted on AppleShare IP 6.0, 6.1, and 6.2 regardless of what language of the Mac OS is being used. It also simplifies the task of making backup copies of these files.
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