IBM Lotus Domino 8.5 System Administration Boot Camp

IBM Lotus Domino 8.5 System Administration Boot Camp Course Description

Duration: 5.00 days (40 hours)

In this course, you will be introduced to basic concepts that provide the foundation for Lotus Domino and Lotus Notes, Practice performing basic administration tasks using the Lotus Domino Administrator client. Install and configure a basic infrastructure with a single domain using an existing deployment plan, Set up replication and mail routing in the single-domain environment & Perform standard server maintenance and troubleshooting tasks to register and maintain Notes and non-Notes users

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Intended Audience for this IBM Lotus Domino 8.5 System Administration Boot Camp Course

  • » Installing and setting up of the initial, basic Lotus Domino and Lotus Notes 8 infrastructure
  • » Setting up Domino Mail servers in the corporate intranet and extranet (i.e. Internet) environment
  • » Monitoring and maintaining an existing Lotus Domino 8 infrastructure
  • » Managing Notes and non-Notes users in a Domino domain

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Course Prerequisites for IBM Lotus Domino 8.5 System Administration Boot Camp

  • » As a network administrator or mail system administrator
  • » Using the Lotus Notes 8 Client

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IBM Lotus Domino 8.5 System Administration Boot Camp Course Objectives

  • » Examine the Lotus Domino and Lotus Notes Architecture
  • » Perform Basic Administration Tasks
  • » Examine Lotus Domino Security Mechanisms
  • » Examine Mail Routing in Lotus Domino
  • » Examine Lotus Domino Replication
  • » Extend Lotus Domino Environment
  • » Install and set up the first Lotus Domino server and administrator
  • » Set up servers in the Lotus Domino domain
  • » Add Lotus Notes workstations to the Lotus Domino domain
  • » Set up the administration environment
  • » Set up the replication schedule to synchronize Lotus Domino system databases in the domain
  • » Configure intranet Lotus Domino mail routing
  • » Configure internet mail routing
  • » Enable message controls
  • » Enable server and messaging monitoring
  • » Troubleshoot common mail setup problems
  • » Manage Users
  • » Manage Groups
  • » Manage Non-Notes and Notes Clients
  • » Deploy Composite Applications
  • » Manage Servers
  • » Update Servers
  • » Set Up Server Monitoring
  • » Use Domino Domain Monitoring
  • » Monitor Server Performance
  • » Resolve Server Problems
  • » Resolve User Problems

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IBM Lotus Domino 8.5 System Administration Boot Camp Course Outline

      1. Examining the IBM Lotus Domino 8.5 Architecture
      2. Investigating IBM Lotus Domino Applications
      3. Exploring IBM Lotus Domino Server Functionality
      4. Starting IBM Lotus Domino Administrator
      5. Using Online Help
      6. Navigating in IBM Lotus Domino Administrator
      7. Setting Administration Preferences
      8. Introducing Policies
      9. Identifying IBM Lotus Domino Security Components
      10. Designing a Hierarchical Naming Scheme
      11. Authenticating with IBM Lotus Domino Servers
      12. Controlling Access to Resources
      13. Determining Database Access Levels
      14. Determining Workstation Security Levels
      15. Introducing IBM Lotus Domino Messaging
      16. Designing a Mail Routing Topology
      17. Introducing IBM Lotus Domino Replication
      18. Designing a Replication Strategy
      19. Selecting Additional IBM Lotus Domino Services
      20. Implementing IBM Lotus Domino Scalability Features
      21. Integrating Other IBM Products
      22. Analyzing a Deployment Plan
      23. Installing the IBM Lotus Domino Server Software
      24. Installing the IBM Lotus Domino Administrator Client Software
      25. Launching and Configuring the First Server
      26. Configuring the First Workstation
      27. Assigning Roles to Administrators and Servers
      28. Registering Servers
      29. Configuring and Starting Additional IBM Lotus Domino Servers
      30. Creating an Organizational Unit Certifier
      31. Registering New Administrators
      32. Registering Users from a File
      33. Replicating Server Document Changes
      34. Setting Up an Administrator Workstation
      35. Verifying the IBM Lotus Domino Installation
      36. Creating Replicas on Multiple Servers
      37. Creating Groups
      38. Creating an Organizational Policy
      39. Creating and Assigning an Explicit Policy
      40. Customizing the IBM Lotus Domino Administrator Work Environment
      41. Setting Access to Create Databases on the Server
      42. Setting Administration Levels
      43. Setting Logging Levels
      44. Creating Server Groups for Replication
      45. Creating a Connection Document
      46. Configuring Notes Named Networks
      47. Implementing a Hub-and-Spoke Mail Routing Topology
      48. Selecting a Mail Storage Format for Incoming Mail
      49. Enabling the SMTP Listener Task
      50. Configuring Basic SMTP Settings
      51. Restricting Internet Mail Delivery
      52. Enabling Whitelist and Blacklist Filters
      53. Configuring Extended SMTP (E/SMTP) Options
      54. Configuring Internet Addressing
      55. Testing SMTP
      56. Configuring Router Restrictions
      57. Implementing Message Disclaimers
      58. Implementing Mail Delivery Controls
      59. Implementing Mail Transfer Controls
      60. Configuring Multiple Server Mailboxes
      61. Creating and Activating a Server Mail Rule
      62. Enabling Mail Journaling
      63. Implementing Blacklist Tag and Whitelist Tag Mail Rule Conditions
      64. Establishing Mail Quotas
      65. Controlling Inbox Size with Inbox Maintenance
      66. Archiving Mail
      67. Verifying Routing and Checking Mail Delivery
      68. Enabling Mail Statistics
      69. Enabling Message Tracking
      70. Configuring Message Recall
      71. Sending a Mail Trace
      72. Restarting the Router
      73. Forcing Mail Routing
      74. Resolving Undelivered and Dead Mail
      75. Adding Users
      76. Changing a User Name
      77. Moving User Mail Files
      78. Extending an IBM Lotus Notes ID Expiration Date
      79. Using the ID Vault to Secure User IDs
      80. Deleting Users
      81. Changing a User's Location Within the Organizational Hierarchy
      82. Creating Groups
      83. Renaming Groups
      84. Deleting Groups
      85. Changing Group Membership
      86. Setting Up Non-IBM Lotus Notes Users
      87. Upgrading IBM Lotus Notes Clients
      88. Managing Roaming Users
      89. Composite Application Deployment Fundamentals
      90. Accessing Composite Applications on IBM WebSphere Portal
      91. Introduction to Composite Application Provisioning
      92. Configuring Clients for User-Initiated Updates
      93. The Server Console Window
      94. Defining Backup Processes
      95. Using Transaction Logging
      96. Managing Disk Space
      97. Enabling View Logging
      98. Logging and Analyzing Activity Data
      99. Automating Server Tasks
      100. Evaluating Server Settings with Lotus Domino Configuration Tuner
      101. Finding Instances of a Server Name
      102. Placing a Server Out of Service
      103. Updating a Server ID
      104. Authenticating with Other Organizations
      105. Providing Internal and External Server Access
      106. Examining Server Monitoring Tools
      107. Creating Event Generators
      108. Using Event Handlers
      109. Automating Tasks by Using Agents
      110. Viewing Statistics
      111. Monitoring Server Statistics and Tasks
      112. Monitoring the Server with the IBM Lotus Domino Web Administrator
      113. Monitoring Servers by Using the IBM Lotus Domino Console
      114. Configuring IBM Lotus Domino Domain Monitoring
      115. Controlling Reported Events by Using Event Filters
      116. Creating Collection Hierarchies
      117. Taking Corrective Action
      118. Migrating Existing Certifiers to the CA Process
      119. Registering Users with the CA Process
      120. Troubleshooting with the IBM Lotus Domino Administrator Server Console
      121. Solving Server Access Problems
      122. Solving Administration Process Problems
      123. Solving Server-to-Server Connection Problems
      124. Solving Agent Manager Problems
      125. Solving DAOS Problems
      126. Solving Replication Problems
      127. Resolving Replication Conflicts
      128. Coordinating the Purge Interval and the Replication Schedule
      129. Troubleshooting Server Access in the Application Access Control List
      130. Recovering from a Server Crash
      131. Enabling Fault Recovery and Automatic Diagnostic Collection
      132. Resolving Workspace and Application Issues
      133. Implementing Database Redirection
      134. Resolving Connection Problems
      135. Responding to Mail Delivery Problems

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