Use the server ID to Schedule and save the agent. The agent will walk though all databases on the server and make the changes. It will create an entry in the Log.nsf file for each database.
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Sub Initialize Dim session As New Notessession Dim count As Integer count =0 On Error Goto ErrorHandle Set Directory = New Notesdbdirectory("") Set db=directory.getfirstdatabase(TEMPLATE_CANDIDATE) While Not (db Is Nothing) Count = count +1 Print Count Call db.Open( "","") Print db.filename Call db.GrantAccess("Admin",ACLLEVEL_MANAGER) Call db.GrantAccess("Anonymous",ACLLEVEL_NOACCESS) Set db = directory.getnextdatabase Wend Exit Sub Errorhandle: Print "Skipped " + db.filename Resume Next End Sub
There are two problems with this tip that render it mostly worthless for R5:
1. You can no longer sign elements with the server ID from your workstation. The whole premise of the tip is that your ID no longer has access. However, you do have access to the server ID and can thus sign the element. This step is not easily done in R5 which should have been mentioned along with the instructions for doing so. Based on information from Lotus on how this is done in R5, the tip is of little help. A link to the tip from support.lotus.com is below: http://support.lotus.com/sims2.nsf/802ee480bdd32d0b852566fa005acf8d/d888c4b45ce7bf76862567dd00646502?OpenDocument&Highlight=0,signing,ID,R5
2. The agent is described as a "Scheduled" agent. These types of agents can run on two types of documents -- all documents in the database and new or modified documents. That being the case, where would this agent be created since it is not truly "acting" on any documents but instead is modifying the ACL of a database. When you actually run the agent, it doesn't work because NO documents 'match' the agents criteria. Reese Spears