A reader asked the following question:
By default, when the Lotus Notes Driver registers users, the new users are given a Notes client license field of ‘Lotus Notes’. If I need the newly registered user to have a Notes client license of ‘Lotus Notes Mail’, ‘Lotus Notes Desktop’, ‘Lotus Notes Designer’, or ‘Lotus Notes Administration’, how can the Notes Driver accomplish this?
Here’s a tip from Novell’s Perry Nuffer …
The Notes client license field is identified within the Notes Address Book (NAB) names.nsf file as ‘ClientType’. The Notes Administrator client can set the following values for this field:
If the field has multiple values, then multiple license types are indicated by the user interface. If a ClientType field value is applied by the NotesDriver (via policy), then the newly added user would have whatever license type the Notes Driver policy dictated.
Below is a sample subscriber channel policy that inserts a Lotus Notes
Administration Client License field value (4) if a newly added user has a
‘Title’ attribute containing the value of ‘Administrator’:
<rule> <description>Add Notes Client License Field: Administrator</description> <conditions> <and> <if-class-name op="equal">User</if-class-name> <if-operation op="equal">add</if-operation> <if-op-attr name="Title" op="equal">Administrator</if-op-attr> </and> </conditions> <actions> <do-add-dest-attr-value class-name="User" name="ClientType"> <arg-value type="string"> <token-text xml:space="preserve">4</token-text> </arg-value> </do-add-dest-attr-value> </actions> </rule>
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