Lotus notes – Removing Local Replicas

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Hi There, Does anyone know if its possible to remove local replicas on notes clients using policy or some other method? I have alot of users with local replicas of databases which aren't needed and actually don't work on local, so would like to get rid of them. I could do this using a windows login script to delete the file but this seems like a messy way to do this, any thoughts or suggestions would be appriciated
ASKED: June 16, 2008  4:25 AM
UPDATED: June 16, 2008  4:36 PM

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To my experience, the best way to do this would indeed be through a script at login or logoff. Don’t know if you could push this as a policy.

There is a program called AdminP which might be able to do just this (among other things…). Not being a Notes administrator, I simply know of its’ existance. Can anyone else shed some light on whether this might be an appropriate tool?

Also, there is another Tech Target site called SearchDomino.com: have you posted there?

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