"Policies and settings documents signed by <Administrator> are no longer valid because this person does not have the required access level or roles to the Domino Directory."

Domino Server Error: "Policies and settings documents signed by <Administrator> are no longer valid because this person does not have the required access level or roles to the Domino Directory."

We are getting this error after we have one of our admins no more looking into Domino stuffs. I did went to policies under the server and clicked on the one which shows his name and selected edit and saved again, however its still coming up with this error in the console.

Please advice ASAP.
Pavan JoshiAsked:
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Sjef BosmanGroupware ConsultantCommented:
There's an IBM TechNote: "Admin checked the setting document named SecSets then choosed 'Actions -> Resign Policy', there were no more error messages after doing so."

TechNote: http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21692433
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Pavan JoshiAuthor Commented:
Tried it as we already had an ID which is used for generic signing the documents, but still its the same issue.
Its coming on all servers.
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Pavan JoshiAuthor Commented:
I used a different ID and reverted under most of the document signed by old user.
This fixed the issue after 3 days.
That is under Policies and Settings in the main Domino admin window
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Sjef BosmanGroupware ConsultantCommented:
Good news!
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