Error updating local id file
I frequently get the following error that is causing some concern with Lotus Notes 5.0.4 Client Error updating local ID file: Internal error: a required parameter in a subroutine has not been supplied If anyone can help with some info I'd be very happy.
Thanks Chris Hi there Chris I don't know if this will be helpful or not, but it's all I can think of (I only know certain aspects of this kind of stuff).
HI, (sorry for my english, I'm french...) On some clients I have this error when starting : "Error updating local ID file: Cannot write to ID file either it is READ-ONLY or the disk is out of space" What can I do ?
One of our users gets the following message when opening a database after opening Lotus Notes: "Error updating local ID file: cannot write or create file (file or disk is read-only)".
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Have you tried deleting the local ID file and replacing it with a fresh copy of the ID file from the Master address book? Ta Kerrin I actually found out that its a known bug in Notes client 5.0.4 and by upgrading to 5.0.4a the problem is fixed.
This might stop the problem from happening again... Also I upgraded another machine BEFORE I did mine and it fixed my ID file for me. but I recommend upgrading to 5.0.4a so fix it properly.
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