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When user has Manager access to the Notes database, deletion of the database should get processed through Adminp request approval.

In an environment where the user may have Manager access on mail Databases/Application databases. This allows user to delete the database on the server at any given point of time. In case if users deletes there own mail Database OR any database which they have Manager access by mistake. Then the database needs to be restored from the backup or recreated from the cluster servers or any other replica.

Currently such request are not processed through Adminp approval process & treated as a hard delete. Needs a feature when such kind of deletion happens a request should be processed through Adminp approval request. Like the way it works for user mail file deletion when user is deleted on the server.

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  • Mar 24 2021
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  • Guest commented
    12 Jul, 2021 07:40pm

    works as designed. Manager IS Manager.

    If a database is deleted, an entry is written to the console log stating the user and database that had been deleted

  • Guest commented
    26 Mar, 2021 01:45pm

    If someone is likely to be deleting databases by mistake then I'd be questioning why they have manager access to databases. Manager access should be restricted to system administrators.