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General Help Series 7 -Upgrading a Livelink System The 10.5 Part

Start with my first article in this series BTW this is kind of a cookery show kind where they put the main course in the oven and take another finished one .I did not accomplish any of this in one … Continue reading

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General Help Series 6 -Upgrading a Livelink System the 971 Part

Recently I was tasked with ¬†upgrading our systems from its initial version to two times jump so 971 to 10.5.I will chronicle my experiences here. Perhaps provide a structure.I also want to quell some myths about the whole process just … Continue reading

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General Help Series 3-Privileges (Am I allowed something)

Privileges Privileges apply to you as the “user” versus permissions are what the Object allows a “user” to do.There are differences.For e.g for installing something in windows you need to be part of the “administrators” group similarly to install something … Continue reading

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General Help Series 2-Permissions (Would the Object allow me to do this)

Permissions¬† At the outset a Livelink system represents some vestiges of a File System like Unix or Dos.People having worked in that is probably familiar with the term U G O which stood for User,Group,Others.This is what you see in … Continue reading

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