Replication Tab Issue

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We have upgraded our notes from 503 to version 652. The issue is the replication tab under the office location is still from the old 503 client. Is there a way to update the replication tab from 503 to 652? I was going to try and reinstall again but if there is a easier way then I would be willing to try it. thanks
ASKED: December 2, 2005  9:47 AM
UPDATED: December 2, 2005  5:58 PM

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Try refreshing the design of the local names.nsf with the newly installed template, pernames.ntf

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  • Pineappleman
    I would use File - Database - "Replace Design" vs. Repair for this problem. Use the mail database and the new mail database template. If uncertain of which is the new mail template, get someone else involved who would know. If you are "it" and are still struggling, post another message here and I will send detailed information as needed...
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  • Brooklynegg
    It sounds like his desktop file did not get upgraded. I believe the replication tab is part of the desktop file. If the user has a desktop5.dsk and a desktop6.ndk file, you should be able to shut down his machine, rename desktop6.ndk to desktop6.BAK, delete cache.ndk, then restart Notes. Notes 6 should see that there is no current desktop file and create a new one based on his desktop5.dsk file. When you are done, you will have a new desktop6.ndk and a new cache.ndk. I don't believe refreshing any design as stated in the other responses will be helpful.
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