Upgrading local names.nsf and Lotus Notes

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Local names.nsf notes client did not upgrade after client upgrade, how can you upgrade this file ODS to current, causes problems with roaming profiles and policies.

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WINXp and Lotus Notes Client R8.5.1

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You will need to run “compact -c” against the names.nsf. This will update the ODS. You may want to consider adding the following to your notes.ini. This will ensure that any new db’s that are created receive the new ODS:
Create_R85_Databases=1

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  • Gabe9527
    The Notes Client does not need to have an ODS upgrade this is because DAOS etc does not work Locally on the Client. The Template does need to be upgraded. How you upgrade the client is the main issue here.... simply by changing the Notes.ini setting TemplateSetup=850200 (mine 8.5.2) to TemplateSetup=600500 and starting the client will force the template to be upgraded.
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