Detailed information for the notes.ini Keyword: 

NTS_lookup_enforce_acl


Short Description: Controls how the IBM Lotus (Notes) Traveler works wiht extended ACL.

Description:
Set to 1 to enforce access control for corporate lookup at a user level. Customer should only set to 1 if they use directories that specifically allow and disallow access to certain levels of information. For example, if they use Extended ACL to control lookup results. If set to 0 (or not present), corporate lookup will be performed at a server access level and not user access level, and will therefore not honor access settings such as Extended ACL.

If set to 1, you must also ensure the following:

* The IBM Notes Traveler server needs to be a trusted server on the users' mail servers.
* The IBM Notes Traveler server needs to have Manager rights to names.nsf on the users' mail servers.
* The IBM Notes Traveler server needs to be specified as a Server on the ACL on the names.nsf on the users' mail servers.





Default value:
0

Syntax:
NTS_lookup_enforce_acl=0 / 1

Example:
NTS_lookup_enforce_acl=0

UI equivalent:
There is no kown UI setting for this notes.ini variable. But you can specify this setting in the notes.ini settings tab of the configuration settings document.


Applies to:
Server


Valid for version:
9.0

Documented in:
IBM Lotus Notes Traveler 9.0

Entry created by:
Bastian W.