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Re-certifying an expired user ID

How do I re-certify a user ID that was not recertified before the expiration date? Do we have to delete the account and recreate it?
This should not be a problem. The user probably cannot e-mail it to you, since he or she is locked out of the account. But if you get a copy of the ID on a diskette or some other media, you can go ahead and recertify it with the Domino Admin client.

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Can't you just recertify an expired ID using the normal method? Once the ID hits the person document and sees the new certificate, it should pull it down and the user should have access again.

—Steven S.

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