Admin client at the server

Did you know that if you pass the 'adminonly' parameter to nlnotes, you get the Administration Client instead?

Ever needed access to the Administrator Client while at the server, only to find it hasn't been installed?

Most people know that you can launch the desktop client by running nlnotes.exe from the server program directory, but did you know that if you pass the 'adminonly' parameter to nlnotes, you get the Administration Client instead?


 In the 'Start | Run' box type: \<path to program directory>\nlnotes.exe adminonly eg c:\lotus\domino\nlnotes.exe adminonly
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