When ASET is executed for the first time, it saves and archives the original system files. The aset.restore utility reinstates these files. This utility also deschedules ASET, if it is currently scheduled for periodic execution. The aset.restore command is located in /usr/aset, the ASET operating directory.
Changes that are made to system files are lost when you run the aset.restore command.
You should use the aset.restore command in the following instances:
When you want to remove ASET changes and restore the original system. If you want to deactivate ASET permanently, you can remove it from cron scheduling if the aset command had previously been added to root's crontab. For instructions on how to use cron to remove automatic execution, see How to Stop Running ASET Periodically.
After a brief period of experimenting with ASET, to restore the original system state.
When some major system feature is not working properly, and you suspect that ASET is causing the problem.