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Location on the server ID

Posted on 2006-06-20
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We currently have an old lotus 5.0.11 server running on AIX.  We have brought up a new Lotus 6.5 server running on AIX.  We need to cross certify the server but cannot find our server ID. ( we have the cert and admin IDs )  Can someone tell me the location of this ID and point me in the right direction for cross certifying.

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Well, can't yu just search for  files with *id
ow many can there be.

Normaly it is in the Notes Data directory.

Also if there is a notes.ini file,  should have the location of the Server id listed if not in the Notes data dir.

I hope this helps !
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