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Controlling Notes user access to specific My Widgets functions
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October 28, 2009
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The My Widgets feature is designed with both power users (app devs) and end users in mind. To that end, the administrator has many Domino policy settings and Notes plugin_customization.ini file preferences available to control exactly what users have what capabilities. This is described in detail in the My Widgets section of the Domino 8.0.1 Administrator Help information center in these topics at
Default out-of-box My Widgets behavior
Understanding My Widgets user types
Controlling My Widgets access with Domino policy
Controlling My Widgets access with the plugin_customization.ini file
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