I've got a customer that is setting up an intranet server with Domino
5.0.10 on an iSeries and I was creating "directory protection"
documents for their new web pages. How do you set a protection for the
Domino Data directory? I've tried the fully qualified name
"/domino/server/data/" and "." and even "/" without success. The help
text says it is relative to the data directory (although I have setup
absolute paths for directories outside the server's path) but it
doesn't say how to specify THE data directory. Would this not be a
good idea to prevent access to such files as names.nsf and other such
configuration files?


Roger Vicker, CCP

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