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Cross Certify one user from another Domino domain to our Domino Domain

Posted on 2009-02-11
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Last Modified: 2013-11-16
I have one Notes user who is on our holding companies Domino domain and he needs access to a number of databases on our Domino domain. I obviously will control access through ACLs in the normal way.
We already replicate address books.
What is the simplest way of giving this specific user access?
Question by:Paul G
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fgrushevsky earned 750 total points
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Since you already replicate address book between two domains you already have some kind of cross certification going
if this is only between two servers - you will need to cross-certify two organizations. all this is documented in the help

once you setup cross certification, you need to allow user access to your servers (server document, security tab, server access) and give user access to the databases via ACL

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