The security issues were what I was looking for. I thought the big one would
be extracting the ID files and being able to use them. I just checked the
names.nsf and found the "Enforce a consistent ACL" is not checked from "out
of the box". I can see where the user could un-check the "Copy ACL" on the
replicator and that along without the Consistent ACL, all kinds of disasters
are in the making. Is there any gotchas to look out for in changing it?
Wouldn't the -Default- user only having Author and read access prevent any
replication back to the server?

Mapping a drive and FTP should be blocked by the OS400 object security. Only
QNOTES and *ALLOBJ can get to it.

The system only has a few users so the size of the NAB is not that big a
deal. It seems like there should be a better way to get the user info (real
name, short name...) when Notes is disconnected then to need to access a
replica of the NAB.

Seems like you are helping me all over the Midrange lists.


Roger Vicker, CCP wrote:

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> Often people turn off the 'enforce ACL on local copy'.  Therefore they
> might be able to make a change to the local nab and have it replicated
> back up to the server.  A common hack is to ftp a persons email to a
> client and pooch through it from there.  Or in the case of where the
> server also has a client, (unlike the iseries) you can pooch through the
> files with that client opening it up as a local instead of through the
> server.  Mapping a drive is another method but has been known to cause
> corruption, and quite frequently.
> And, all the clients already have a names.nsf so you would have to use a
> different name for the local nab.
> Size is an issue, but you've already received a suggestion on that.  Our
> nab is 35mb.  Multiply that by 800+ clients.  All of whom get their PC's
> backed up using Tivoli Storage Manager to iSeries disk space  and you get
> 28gb.  Granted it will probably be about half when you add in the
> compression of TSM so let's guess 14gb.  And now we have one of the
> reasons we have an iSeries in which we measure disk space in terabytes.
> Developers like this are a disk salesperson's dream.
> Rob Berendt
> --
> "They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary
> safety deserve neither liberty nor safety."
> Benjamin Franklin
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