I am attempting to install Notes 5.0.1a on Windows 2000 Professional machines. I'm trying to set it up so that any user can log on to a machine, and then be able to log on to Notes and get their e-mail, so that their Notes access is not machine-specific. So far I haven't been able to get this. What do I need to do to get this running?
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The easiest way to accomplish this is to install the program to the local hard drive and then move all data and notes.ini files up to a home directory. You would modify the launch icon for Notes to point to the new notes.ini, such as H:notes.ini. The notes.ini on the H: drive will be for that person, and all data files will be up there, as well. In essence, it will be a roaming user. That being said, roaming users are a part of Notes/Domino 6, and you may want to look into that. It is cleaner than the approach I gave you for R5.
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