Lotus Domino 6.5

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We have lotus domino server 6.5 running email but we have a home grown application that runs on a windows 2003 server that talks to the lotus notes server and that runs agents?? then that speaks to an as400 system where the website it located. When we try to access the website only part of the screen comes up. The error we are getting is: HTTP Web Server: Lotus Notes Exception - Error validating user's agent execution access [/portal/eportal1.nsf/MainBottomForm?OpenForm] then there are others TopBannerForm? GeneralInfoForm? and AdminForm .. Then it says: Admin Process: Searching Administration Requests database. AMgr: Agent 'CheckForReportsSchedule in portaleporta1.nsf does not have proper execution access, cannot be run. There is more but does this give you an idea? Please help.
ASKED: October 10, 2008  7:01 PM
UPDATED: October 13, 2008  4:36 AM

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Seems like the access has changed for the person who signed the agent ‘CheckForReportsSchedule’. Might be that the signer has been removed from the address book? Also verify if there have been any changes made to the settings on the server document under Security tab–> Programmability Restrictions.

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