Thanks. I will pass this along to the developer and check the Administration 

Roger Vicker, CCP wrote:

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> You should not be replicating the names.nsf down to the client for this
> but instead create a Mobile Directory Catalog which will contain the
> information you need and is about 1% of the size with only person
> information in it.  Instructions for creating a Directory Catalog are in
> the Administration Help database.
> Gabriella Davis
> The Turtle Partnership Limited
> PCLP Developer / Administrator
> "Roger Vicker, CCP" <>
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>         Subject:        Remove ID copies from NAB and replicating it to 
> Hello,
> Domino 5.0.9 on an AS400 at V5R1M0
> We have a developer that wants the NAB (names.nsf) replicated to each
> user's client so he can use it in the app to retrieve the logged on
> user's first & last name when they are disconnected.
> Since some users were originally registered to store a copy of the ID
> in the NAB I now need to finally clean the NAB up by removing them.
> There is already a secured cache of ID files elsewhere on the system.
> When I try to "Detach" them all that happens is that I get a new copy
> on the PC. There is no "Delete attachment" option so what is the best
> way to clean them out?
> Is there any other security exposures from having a replica of the NAB
> on each client?
> Thanks.
> Roger Vicker, CCP
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