|Open the database from the Bookmark bar, or click on File in the Menu bar, and choose Open (Ctrl + O).
|With the database opened, click on File, then Database, then Access Control. The Access Control List dialog box (often referred to as ACL) is the database's security feature offered by Notes. It is divided into four sections: Basics, Roles, Log, and Advanced.|
|Click on the Basics button in the Access Control List to reveal what People, Servers and Groups have access to the database. You will also see, in the Access section, what kind of rights you have to the database. There are seven levels of database rights: Manager, Designer, Edit, Author, Reader, Depositor and No Access.|
|Click on the Roles button in the Access Control List to reveal what roles users have within the database.|
|Click on the Log button in the Access Control List to reveal what changes may have been made to the database. The Log shows a history, including the date and time, of when any changes were made.|
|Click on the Advanced button in the Access Control List to reveal special features, including which server will control Administrative features in the database.|
|Click on the close or Cancel button (or press Esc) to close the Access Control List. If you made any necessary changes to the Access Control List, click on the OK button (or press Enter).|