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CrossCertify-access to a server
« on: November 27, 2008, 01:57:18 AM »
CrossCertify-access to a server

Hi,
I dont know much about Notes Administration. I need a help regarding access to a server for an user not listed in the address book of that server.

-If userB is listed in address book of serverB/domainB and if he need to access ServerA/domainA what to do?
-just crosscertify the user?
-will it allow the user to access the ServerA/domainA or is it needed to add the user in address book of ServerA/domainA?
-Will Crosscertifying an ID file makes any changes in that ID file?

Now i added the person in the names.nsf of ServerA/domainA
by using "AddPerson" action button and fill up name fields in it. also cross certified. But while accessing the server its promting as
"The subject\'s public key found in the cross certificate does not match the one found in the certificate table.
Do you want to access the server anyway?"
Please HELP.

Thanks in advance.

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CrossCertify-access to a server
« on: November 27, 2008, 01:57:18 AM »

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