Database-Level ACL Property Overview

View, organize, and modify database-level ACL properties all in one central interface.

Exploring the database-level, global ACL property content (found in the Advanced and Log tabs of the ACL management dialog) in order to assess or correct a situation does take a fair amount of time.

aclEZ provides you with a dedicated flexYgrid-enabled interface for database-level ACL properties such as administration server settings, the Mail Owner (if applicable), and more.

Increase the scope of your access to global ACL properties thanks to aclEZ's innovative global property panel

  • Evaluate database-level properties (such as Maximum Internet name and password, and administration server) for multiple databases simultaneously, all through one dedicated interface.
  • Get a thorough look at which databases have the 'Enforce ACL across all replicas' property enabled. Enable or disable this property on any amount of databases in only a couple of steps.
  • Access the ACL logs for multiple databases at once—in one interface—through one single-click operation.
  • Display Mail Owner information for all mailboxes and identify mailboxes whose owners are no longer with the company.
  • Create detailed reports at any time through pre-formatted file exports, or by copying and pasting your data from the grid.

aclEZ lets you oversee the global (database-level) ACL properties of as many databases as you want to load from a given server. Think of the numerous troubleshooting paths available for quickly uncovering issues.

Seek and find databases with incorrect administration servers.

Ensuring your databases’ Administration Server settings are set up correctly is a critical yet challenging step. A tedious audit proposition through the native Notes toolkit, with aclEZ, you can arrange the situation for an entire server within a short session.

Ensure global ACL consistency.

Failing to Enforce ACL consistency can result in incorrect replication and a complete lack of roles on any local replicas, and yet, you must carry out this process one database at a time in the native Notes client. Iron out consistencies with quickly aclEZ's Global ACL Properties access.

Identify orphan mailboxes.

Orphan mailboxes can arise from many situations such as users leaving your company or transferring to new positions. Whatever the reason may be, unused mailboxes create dead weight and clutter for your server. In order to maintain your storage space, it is important to make sure you clean out mailboxes that are no longer being used.
By referencing the calendar profile’s Mail Owner field to carry out a thorough check in your Domino Directory, aclEZ provides you with the means to resolve these issues fast.

Tip | Using databaseEZ you can easily parse all user activity entries from these mail boxes to figure out how frequently they’ve been used (if at all), and take the appropriate steps such as archiving them to free up storage space.

Capture a snapshot of all ACL histories.

Each ACL Entry modification – whether done through the Domino Administrator, Notes client, or aclEZ – leaves a trace in the ACL History. Traditionally, this history is only accessible on a per database basis through in the ACL dialog box. However, thanks to aclEZ's Global ACL Properties panel, this limitation is a thing of the past. Get a grip on multiple ACL histories in only a few clicks.

Thousands of organizations use Ytria software for faster Notes development and better Domino administration

This website require JavaScript for full functionality.
Please enable JavaScript in your Web browser.