Ilana Weiser commented on Mar 18, 2011

Re: Understanding the IBM Lotus Notes 8.5.x client directory structure

Regarding Christian's comment on the roamingdata.nsf, this file is created when a user is upgraded to a roaming user and is one of the 5 files which 'roams' with the user. It contains the minimal information [preferences and associated data from the [notesdata]\workspace directory] needed for a user to roam to other machines.

User-based settings/preferences and associated data stored in [notesdata]\workspace are imported to this file, which replicates with the roaming server. When a user roams to a new machine, this information is exported and used to create the [notesdata]\workspace on the new machine.

Mike R Harvey commented on Apr 12, 2010

Understanding the IBM Lotus Notes 8.5.x client directory structure

Where can I find the spreadsheet "Files Map for Notes Client.ods" that is mentioned in the article?

Christian Henseler commented on Mar 19, 2010

Understanding the IBM Lotus Notes 8.5.x client directory structure

Thank you very much for this detailed description :-)

The file nlnvp.dll is not a Notes client file, but a Symantec Antivirus Corporate Edition plugin, so it's a 3rd Party addon.

roamingdata.nsf is of interest, too, because it contains a sub set of plugin settings.

What about Technote #1267893, where the usage of -resetconfig is not recommended for XPD 6.2 based product, but for 6.1.x based ones?