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How to restore an ID used to create a Notes DB.

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I used useridA to author a Notes DB application, then set useridA as the only one authorized to open or modify the application.  Later on, I changed my userid to useridB then deleted useridA from the server.  Unofortunately, when I now try to modify/update the application, it says I am not authorized to do so.
What should I do?  Can I just recreate useridA to gain access?

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by:piedad
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Please give me step-by-step instructions if possible.
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Simon_Hendry earned 150 total points
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You have practically answered your own question !!!!

You can simply recreate a new user useridA , because the only thing stored in the ACL is the Full Distinguished Name of the User not any public or private key info.. So if you recreate a user with EXACLTY the same Name then the server will just think it is the same person ( for ACL Access anyway)...

There are other ways to get around this problem but I think recreating the user id is the easiest one...

When you recreate the user id use the server the database is on as the registration server , that way the user will be in that replicate of the NAB straight away

Hope this helps !!
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by:ghassan99
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why dont u just access the app on the server, and add the new user to the ACL with the manager access??

-Gus
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by:Simon_Hendry
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I am UNIX biased sorry .. I tend not to tell people about ghassan99's solution because it is only available on win32 servers..
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:)

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by:piedad
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Thanks.  It worked...
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