N/APosted on - 01/16/2012
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)?
Is it possible to use killnotes.exe to replace the “nsd -kill”?
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.