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he generic user.id with the user.id that corresponds to the NSF you are attempting to view. There are other ways to assigning the user.id file. I like this method because I don’t have to keep browsing to the file every time I want to open any of the users NSF files.
2.) In the notes client open the NSF file for which you want to have the protection removed.
3.) Select: View --> Advanced Menus **Sneaky**
4.) Make sure you are focused on the Application / NSF you want to convert.
5.) Select: File --> Application --> New Copy (**look at this menu before and after you check the Advanced Menus**)
6.) Select the location of the new NSF and give it a name.
7.) Make sure you uncheck “Access Control List” check box.
8.) Click OK and it will work on creating a new NSF for you.
9.) Open your new unprotected NSF and breath the free air.
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