Lotus Notes security

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Hello All I have changed the value of the Policy setting called Security to 90 days in the Required Change Interval field, to ensure that only authorized personnel do not hack into the servers, is there a way I can disable Customer's Lotus Notes account automatically if they do not sign in after 90 days, there may be a 3rd party application that is compatible with Domino that you know about or there may be a script that I can use, I look forward to your response. Regards

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I don’t know if a disable setting in Lotus so that you can disable. It’s one of those things we have asked for but has never shown up. Because of the ID thing I guess.

-David

The users access is disabled after the time period, plus the grace period. If you want a hard 90 days, then make the interval 80 and have a 10 day grace period. If the user has a Notes client, they will still be able to log onto Notes and access their local replica, but will not be able to access server resources or replicate.

-Brooklynegg

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  • BrentSheets
    Hi Arcaneuk. I'm the Community Manager on IT Knowledge Exchange and I noticed you didn't include any tags on your question. Adding a tag or tags to your question helps your peers find your question, so they can answer it. I'll add a "Lotus Notes" and "security" and "policy setting" tags to your question. Thanks.
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