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Status Under Consideration
Workspace Admin Client
Created by Guest
Created on Dec 22, 2023

Change 'User Type' and 'Access' at a time for multiple ACL entries

You can add multiple ACL entries for multiple databases at a time from the Domino Administrator panel, though, you cannot change the access level and User type for multiple entries at a time.

  1. Click Files, and select multiple databases from the Domino data directory.

  2. Click Tools > Database > Manage ACL.

  3. Click Add.

  4. Select multiple users from the Domino Directory by clicking the button next to the list box.

  5. Click Add > OK.

  6. You'll see the user entries added as 'User type: Unspecified', and 'Access: No access'.

  7. Now you try to change the 'User Type' and 'Access' at a time for all the user entries newly added. However, you cannot select multiple user entries in Manage Multiple ACLs dialogue windows.

I request new feature to change 'User Type' and 'Access' at a time for multiple ACL entries in multiple databases.

You may want to specifically assign Access levels to individuals who may be members of a group.

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    Thomas Hampel
    Jan 5, 2024

    Would it help if we provide you with a method to standardize the database ACL's automatically? e.g. you define that all databases in a certain directory must have an ACL entry of ... and it will be applied automatically without the admin client?