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Lotus Notes Domino Server Administration

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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