ACL NAB PresenceChecker
Check Presence in NAB
The 'Check Presence in NAB' option checks if an ACL entry is present in the NAB.
If the "Check Presence in NAB" feature is enabled, all ACL Entries (displayed in the Name column) and actual resolved user records (displayed in the Members column if Nested groups are expanded) are checked for their presence in the NAB.
When enabled, this feature will display red cells to indicate that those entries were NOT found in the current NAB.
In addition, a flag will mark these entries in the 'Is Name in NAB' Column. Grouping by this column will therefore display ALL these invalid ACL Entries and/or users on your server at once.
Group Expander considerations
There are two different methods of NAB checking depending on how the Group Expander is set:
1-By default the Group expander is set to 'Expand None'. In this case the Presence Checker will verify if each user Name is in the NAB (as in the screenshot above).
2-However, when set to either 'Expand Nested Group' or 'Expand Group (Top Level Only)', two new columns are added to the grid; Members and Hierarchy.
In this case the Presence Checker will now display actual resolved user records in the Members column for group membership in the NAB (as in the screenshot below).
Dealing with Multiple NABs
Choosing a Notes Address Book to be Analyzed
The Options Menu allows you to select any NAB you'd like to analyse.
(Beware this is not referencing the same NAB as the one set in the scanEZ's NAB Group Navigator (Tools menu)
The NAB Selection dialogue:
Option 1: By default, all NAB's on the server currently selected by aclEZ will be used.
Option 2: You may also set your own default NAB with the following options;
Server: First select the server for who's NAB you'd like to use.
Look In: In the event that the server contains multiple address books, the Look In pull-down menu lets you choose which NAB to view.
|NOTE||Select NAB for Check Presence...allows you to select any NAB you'd like to analyse for the Presence Checker. (Beware this is not referencing the same NAB as the one set in the option Select NAB for Group Member listings...|