Is it possible to use killnotes.exe to replace the “nsd -kill”?

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If Notes client is getting error, Name Server Daemon (NSD)-kill could help the program to restart. Is it possible to use killnotes.exe to replace the "nsd -kill"? Is both of these has a dissimilarity? Which among of this are advisable to use in terms of Lotus Notes version 8.5.x (up to 8.5.2 FP2)?

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Is it possible to use killnotes.exe to replace the “nsd -kill”?

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Before you try using killnotes.exe, you may first of all try the following:

  • You will need to go to the desktop of your computer and the  create a desktop icon that runs as follows: C:LotusNotesnsd.exe -kill
  • You should start in: C:Lotusnotesdata
  • After you have done that you will need to configure a nice icon and with that you will have finished the process.
  • Try restarting the program after and see if it will be successful.

You may also want to remove all of the *.nsf files and dsk;ndk files too, for the problem may be caused by one of those files. See after removing the files if you can be able to start the process successfully.

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