Tip

Add Admin client without install

This tip shows you how to add the Admin client to your ND6 Notes client without installing it. From an existing Admin client, copy Admin.exe (or create a text file called Admin.exe) from the Notes folder and then copy the following templates from the data folder:

cca50.ntf
certreq.ntf
clusta4.ntf
csrv50.ntf
dba4.ntf
decomsrv.ntf
domadmin.ntf
dommon.ntf
events4.ntf
icl.ntf
loga4.ntf
ntsync45.ntf
polcysyn.ntf
statrep5.ntf
userreg.ntf

Save them on a shared drive, and if anyone needs the Admin client then:

  1. Save the admin.exe in their Notes folder
  2. Save the templates in their data directory
  3. Re-launch ND6.5.1 client.

You should now be able to see the Admin icon in the Bookmark toolbar.

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This was first published in November 2004

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