IBM Domino

Duration : 40 Hrs
What are Lotus notes & Domino Tools?
  • Domino Server functions-Domino server Types
  • Lotus notes client features and Types of Client software
  • Lotus Notes & Domino infrastructure setup-Basics
Module 1 - Installing and Configuring the Domino Network
  • Install the Domino server software
  • Configure the organization's first Domino server
  • Understanding files created during first server setup
  • Install and configure the Domino Administrator client software
  • Register an additional server
  • Configure an additional server
Module 2 - Administration Basics
  • Understand how to use the Domino Administrator client
  • Understand the structure of a Domino database
  • Learn where to find help on Domino administration
  • Understand the importance of and how to edit the NOTES.INI file
  • Explore Server documents and Configuration Settings documents
  • Use the server console to issue commands to the server
  • Use the remote server console to issue commands to the server
  • Use Web Administration database for Browser Administration.
  • Understand what is stored in the server log
  • Learn the purpose of various server tasks
  • Start and stop server tasks using the server commands, the NOTES.INI file, and Program documents
Module 3 - Managing Domino Users
  • Understanding usage of Naming Hierarchy
  • Learn to expand the organization by registering additional Organizational Units
  • Understand and enable the Roaming User feature
  • Understand the options available when registering new users both manually and using a batch file
  • Use Policy documents to apply various end-user options to users in the organization
  • Create Settings documents to configure the various end-user options associated with policies
  • Use the AdminP task to automate the many administrative tasks involved in user and group changes
  • Understand the different strategies for dealing with deleted or corrupted users' IDs and forgotten passwords
  • Enable the User License Tracking feature on a Domino server
  • Renaming, Recertifying and moving user to different organizational Hierarchy
Module 4 – Security
  • Understand the levels of Domino security
  • Learn how certifier IDs form the basis of Domino's security and naming hierarchy
  • Learn how user and server ID files are used to authenticate Domino entities
  • Create user and server groups
  • Provide basic security for Domino servers using the Server document
  • Different types of Administrators, Public Key and Private Key, Server Access settings.
  • Learn to start the Domino server with the Domino Server Controller and the Domino Console
  • Check Password on NotesID files
  • Programmability Restrictions
  • Understand how to secure Domino databases using Access Control Lists
  • Provide appropriate administrative access to the server and the Domino Directory
  • Explore the workstation's Execution Control List
  • Element Level and Field Level security.
Module 5- Mail Routing
  • Understand how Domino routes mail
  • Learn the significance of Domino Named Networks
  • Configure mail routing between servers in same and different Domino Named Networks
  • Configure mail routing between servers of different certifiers. Discuss Cross certification.
  • Configure mail routing between servers of different Domains. Discuss Directory Catalog and Directory Assistance Services
  • Configure mail routing via SMTP to and from the Internet
  • Control mail routing to and from the Internet via SMTP, including minimizing Spam
  • Control mail routing within the Domino network
  • Track and store mail routed within the Domino network
  • Use server mail rules to control mail routing
  • Manage the size of users' mail files with quotas
  • Implement shared mail
  • Handle dead and held mail
  • Troubleshoot mail routing issues
  • Set up the Resource Reservations database
Module 6 – Replication
  • Understand the purpose of the Replica task
  • Server-Server and Workstation to Server Replication process.
  • Type of Replication
  • Learn about how replica and document IDs are used in replication
  • Understand the exact process of replicating new, changed, and deleted documents
  • Learn about replication conflicts and how to minimize them
  • Create a replica copy using the Notes client and the Domino Administrator
  • Synchronize databases using manual server commands
  • Limit replication using Connection documents, ACLs, Readers fields, and the database's replication settings
  • Schedule regular replication between servers using Connection documents
  • Various factors at each level which influence the Replication process
 Module 7-Clustering
  • What is Cluster and Cluster requirements
  • Various Cluster Components
  • Fail over process
  • Load balancing parameters
Module 8 - Web Access
  • Enable web access to a Domino server
  • Understand what "anonymous" and "name-and-password" access are, and their implications
  • Learn how to keep Domino databases secured from inappropriate web access
  • Learn the URLs used to access Domino databases from web browsers
  • Configure a Domino web server from the Server document or from a Web Site document
  • Set up logging of HTTP requests and responses on a Domino server
  • Learn about session authentication
  • Configuration of Domino web server configuration for Customized Login Form and Customized error messages
  • Configure single-server sessions
  • Enable support for Java Servlets
Module 9 - Managing Domino Databases
  • Learn how to create and configure Full-text indexes, Database catalogs, Domain catalogs, and Domain search
  • Understand the Compact task, database compacting styles, and the Compact command options
  • Understand the sources of database corruption and the commands and options to repair a corrupted database
  • Learn about and configure the Advanced Database Properties
  • Manage database design using Design Templates, Master Design Templates, and Single Copy Templates
  • Use the Database Analysis tool to view and analyze database activity
  • Understand the various server backup strategies and how to enable Transaction Logging
  • Configure databases to use the Database Archiving feature
  • Create a Mail-In Database document to enable a database to receive documents


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