Lotus Notes / Domino – R8.5.X Training Program

Netlabs IT Solutions
In New Delhi

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New Delhi
N25,South Extension, Part-I, 110049, Delhi, India
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Course programme

Lotus Notes / Domino - R8.5.X Training Program


Recognizing the role of the Domino system administrator Understanding the key elements of a Domino environment:

What are Lotus Domino and Lotus Notes?

· What is a Domino database?

· What is a directory?

· What is the Lotus Domino Administrator?

Recognizing the role of the Domino system administrator Understanding the key elements of a

Domino environment:

· What are Lotus Domino and Lotus Notes?

· What is a Domino database?

· What is a directory?

· What is the Lotus Domino Administrator?

Recognizing the elements used for Domino security:

· What is a domain?

· What is a Domino Named Network?

· What is a certifier ID?

· What is a Notes ID?

· What is a server ID?

· What are certificates (Notes & X.509)

· What is an organization?

· What is an organizational unit?

· Designing a hierarchical naming scheme

· Deciding on an authentication mechanism and anonymous access

Session -2

· Designing a hierarchical naming scheme

· Installing and setting up the first Domino server and administrator

· Installing and setting up the first Domino server

· Installing and setting up the Domino Administrator client

· Understanding the Administration Process

· Creating a database to track Lotus Domino and Lotus Notes licenses

· Installing the Notes client software

· Setting up the Notes workstation

· Explore Notes client workstation; understand the key element in client, its feature including Location & Connection documents.

· Securing a workstation using the Execution Control List

· Setting up browser clients

· Troubleshooting workstation problems

· Troubleshooting connection problems

· Recovering from a workstation crash

* Using the server console window

Session - 3

· Securing a database using the Access Control List

· Understanding how Domino partitions work

· Identifying what Internet protocols Lotus Domino supports

· Integrating the extended products

· Creating and managing ID Vaults

· Creating additional certifiers for servers and users per an established naming scheme

· Moving a user's mail file

· Changing a user's name

· Acting on name change requests

· Changing a user's location in the hierarchy

· Extending a Notes ID

· Deleting users

· Setting up roaming users

· Enabling or disabling roaming user upgrade status

· Delete user IDs

· Changing a user's group membership

· Managing groups

· Renaming groups

· Deleting groups

* Backing up ID files

Session - 4

· Understanding the Domino Administrator UI

· Utilizing the Domino Administrator client

· Specifying settings using policies

· Specifying administration preferences

· Allowing and restricting server access

· Allowing administrators access to the Domino Directory

· Configuring Smart Upgrade

· Defining Security mechanisms, including:

· Securing a server using the server access list

· Identifying what other functions a Domino server can perform

· Recertifying a server ID

· Changing administrator access

· Using the Domino Web Administrator

· Considering deployment scenarios

· Troubleshooting database issues

· Configuring

Session - 5

· Introducing Server Tasks.

· Managing server tasks with varied options

· Automating server tasks

· Issue Server Commands

Session - 6

· Setting up servers in the Domino domain, including:

· Creating server IDs per an established naming scheme

· Creating Domino Named Networks

· Defining Mail Routing in Lotus Domino, including:

· Understanding how Lotus Domino routes mail:

· What are the components for mail routing?

· What routing protocols does Lotus Domino support?

· How does mail route within a Domino Named Network?

· How does mail route between Domino Named Networks?

· Designing a mail routing topology

· Routing mail between Domino Named Networks

· Scheduling mail routing

· Testing mail connections

· Restarting the Router

· Forcing mail to route

· Tracking user mail messages

· Managing dead and undelivered mail

· Troubleshooting connection problems

Session - 7

· Configuring internet mail routing, including:

· Enabling SMTP routing

· Configuring basic and advanced settings for SMTP routing

· Restricting mail flow to and from the Internet

· Enabling message controls, including:

· Controlling mail delivery

· Setting mail restrictions

· Creating whitelist and blacklist filters

· Implementing message disclaimers

· Enhancing transfer performance

· Enabling mail journaling

· Understanding how mail rules are executed

· Creating mail rules

· Stopping the processing of mail rules

· Using the blacklist tag and whitelist tag mail rule conditions

· Configure and manage Message Recall

Session - 8

· Implementing Mail Services\Domino Web Access (DWA)

· Implementing Mail Services\IMAP

· Implementing Mail Services\POP3

· Enabling message tracking

· Monitoring mail delivery

· Monitoring mail statistics

· Examining Replication, including:

· Understanding Lotus Domino replication:

· Replication terms

· Replication logic -- source and target servers, and source and target documents

· Replica databases

· Initiating replication

· Recognizing factors that affect replication

· Creating a group for server replication

· Scheduling replication

· Monitoring replication

· Solving authentication and authorization issues

· Troubleshooting replication problems

· Troubleshooting connection problems

· Solving agent manager issues

· Recovering from a server crash

· Configuring Automatic Diagnostic Collection and the Fault Analyzer

Session - 9

· Configuring Directory Links

· Configuring Directory Services\Directory Catalogs

· Updating Servers

· Searching for server references in a domain

· Setting up authentication with other Domino organizations

· Changing server access

· Decommissioning a server

· Recognizing how clusters increase server availability

· Defining a backup process

· Enabling Transaction logging

· Analyzing activity data

Session - 10

· Setting up Server Monitoring

· Identifying mechanisms for collecting server information

· Starting the Statistic Collector task

· Creating event generators

· Creating event handlers

· Choosing a notification method in an event handler

· Creating probes

· Enabling agent logging

· Using Domino Domain Monitoring

· Creating and configuring Domino Domain Monitoring probes

· Using Domino Domain Monitoring

· Monitoring Server Performance

· Viewing Domino Domain Monitor events

· Viewing real time statistics

· Viewing statistics with Server Monitor

* Participants Q & A