Conflicting Access Levels on Log.nsf

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Even though I have Full Administrator Access on a Domino server and the ACL on the Log.nsf shows I have manager access I find that I am unable to change ACL on this database. What could be causing this? Is there some parameter which prevents changes being made remotely rather than on the server itself? Regards

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  • Nirenen
    Your having "Full Aministrator Access" to the server does not necessarily mean you'll accede a database to which you nominally have no access. Someone already has manager access? Get this person to change the ACL. Good luck. - Nosa
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  • Nirenen
    On second thoughts, Is the issue observed only on log.nsf database? Is your manager access for you or a group to which you belong? In the ACL window, click on the Effective Access button. What is your effective access to the database? Is full Access Administrator enabled? Also, you may have the line SECURE_DISABLE_FULLADMIN=1 in your server notes.ini file. This has the effect of ignoring the Full Administrators field in the Domino Directory and means that explicit access for full administrators needs to be defined in your databases and applications. A value of 0 (zero) enables this setting. What is the situation at your end? Hope this helps. - Nosa
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  • DAPSynch
    Thank you all for your replies - it was useful to know about the notes.ini setting regarding the Full Administrator Access. I have tried to replicate the problem and have failed to do so. I can only assume the client I was using had cached information prior to setting Full Admin Access. Thanks again for input - it is greatly appreciated. Dave
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