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Please make NSL (Notes Shared Login) device-independent AND increase user satisfaction dramatically!

Hello HCL Product Management & Dev's,

we do have currently at least X customers with in sum more than ***k users who would really appreciate to have NSL (Notes Shared Login) running device/computer-independent to be able to use it on more than one computer with the same .bin & .id file. Yes, those customers need that - better today as tomorrow!

Technically all VDI/Citrix customers with NSL enabled are suffering a lot when they deploy a new Citrix Farm or VDI clients based on a new or updated Windows, because NSL is connected to the old device (in the .bin file) and will not work on the new system.
This happens currently with a lot of customers when they are updating their Windows Server 2016 environments to Windows Server 2019 or even 2022. There are customers who has a mixed environments too, which makes it even more harder to maintain Notes on, because of this IMPORTANT and MISSING feature.

If you would allow us to use NFL machine/computer-independent, that would make MANY customers & SO MANY MORE users happy.


With best regards
Christoph Adler (panagenda)
Vladislav Tatarincev (CYONE)

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  • Mar 11 2022
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  • Guest commented
    22 Apr 06:35am

    Yes, most of my customers (all of those who use "SSO") still use Common Login (the one with the windows service), because this works - most of the time, although it is unsupported for current OSs.

    They hesitate to go to Notes 12 where this feature is not available anymore...

  • Guest commented
    11 Mar 05:04pm

    Same here! I have several customer situations where they facing this issue.

    In fact, some customers think to disable NSL and force all users to use a password until all users moved to the new environment before they activate NSL in the new environment again. Sad but true.

    greets

    Marc Thomas (panagenda)