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Best method for moving user and docs to new library

In GW 6.5.1, I need to move some docs from an existing library to a new
library in a new PO. Couple of questions : 1.Some of the users have also
moved from the original PO to the new PO - Should I run any maintenance
against the original PO and libraries to validate document security and
synchronize user names ? 2. Will document security remain in place after
the move ? IE - if a doc set up for no General User Access but is shared
with 1 user, will this remain after the document moves to new library ?
3. Best way of copying the existing document number into a new field in
the new library.

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Re: Best method for moving user and docs to new library


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