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Allow to set any database as a welcome page on a Notes Client via Notes Policy Settings

Create an easy-to-use Mechanism which allows that any Domino Database could be set as a welcome page via Notes policies.


Without using the Bookmark.ntf/nsf template/database as described in the following article:


https://help.hcltechsw.com/domino/11.0.0/conf_customwelcomepagedeployment_t.html


  • Guest
  • Feb 15 2021
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  • Guest commented
    22 Feb 03:28pm

    StartupDB entry does not help, as the database is not started in the first tab of the Notes client, at least not in all cases. Also, the StartupDB parameter can lead to the effect that the Database set (using the StartupDB entry) is started more than once, depending on the other Notes Client settings set and the user behaviour.

  • Guest commented
    22 Feb 03:23pm

    Any Domino database which a Notes client/user has access to. For example, a custom Domino database which the customer would like to use as a Homepage.

  • Guest commented
    17 Feb 11:34am

    But there is already a notes.ini StartupDB entry available, that can be distributed via policy. Also a database can be distributed via policy.

  • Guest commented
    17 Feb 11:13am

    Great idea!

  • Guest commented
    17 Feb 08:30am

    Yes, a database which would be opened at startup. This Database should always be in the first tab or register and be opened only once.

  • Admin
    Thomas Hampel commented
    17 Feb 08:21am

    e.g. a database that would open at startup ?