I would like to see a simple ACL placed on group documents in the NAB. You put who can use those groups in the ACL and then only THOSE people can send to the groups in question. Also, those people are the only ones that could actually see them in ...
We all know that we can set multiple entries in the ACL of a set of databases at once using the Domino Administrator client.
But one option is missing. An example: You want to set the access level for a mailfile owner to Editor and enable a few options and ...
If you edit a database acl, your have to enter manually or select all the groups and set the type, lefevl etc.
Add a acl profile to the Domino directory, the profile has a name and a list of users/groups with the type and acl level for each one. ...
When we are given the path to a database, and are asked to add a user to a group, we currently have to browse to that database, view the group within the ACL, and write it down. Then, switch to the Name and Address book in the Domino Directory, and ...
Once again today, I have an ACL that open, so I need to check the groups one by one to see which one a given user is in and Pah! ACL is modal so I can't
Ideally, why not hang it off a new tab of the infobox?
I can define who can and can't create @Function and LS code - very cool.
Users can, however, create custom code in toolbar. I may want the user to only access dbs via my interface but they can step nicely around any restriction I have if they create code in ...
Creating a new -blank- template database adds a default ACL with LocalDomainServers as Manager, among other entries. My proposition is to have an ACL template which Domino will copy the ACL from into new databases. Useful entries I would add would be LocalDomainAdmins and Anonymous.