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Creating new replica

Posted on 2007-12-03
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Hi All,

What's the minimum requirement to create a new local replica? I realized that if a user has Reader access then he isn't allowed to create a local replica.
The administrator told me that he doesn't want the users change the database and that's the reason why the users has only Reader access.
My question is following:
Is it really impossible to create a new local replica with reader access? I don't understand this case.
I want to create a local replica and have reader access and so I couldn't change anything.
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Bill-Hanson earned 90 total points
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Users with Reader access CAN create local replicas.  You just need to enable the "Replicate or copy documents" privilege for those users.
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Yes, you're right.
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