D8L89G – IBM Lotus Domino 8.5 System Administration Boot Camp

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D8L89G – IBM Lotus Domino 8.5 System Administration Boot Camp

D8L89G – IBM Lotus Domino 8.5 System Administration Boot Camp

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Kursinhalt

  • Examining the IBM Lotus Domino 8.5 Architecture
  • Investigating IBM Lotus Domino Applications
  • Exploring IBM Lotus Domino Server Functionality
  • Starting IBM Lotus Domino Administrator
  • Using Online Help
  • Navigating in IBM Lotus Domino Administrator
  • Setting Administration Preferences
  • Introducing Policies
  • Identifying IBM Lotus Domino Security Components
  • Designing a Hierarchical Naming Scheme
  • Authenticating with IBM Lotus Domino Servers
  • Controlling Access to Resources
  • Determining Database Access Levels
  • Determining Workstation Security Levels
  • Introducing IBM Lotus Domino Messaging
  • Designing a Mail Routing Topology
  • Introducing IBM Lotus Domino Replication
  • Designing a Replication Strategy
  • Selecting Additional IBM Lotus Domino Services
  • Implementing IBM Lotus Domino Scalability Features
  • Integrating Other IBM Products
  • Analyzing a Deployment Plan
  • Installing the IBM Lotus Domino Server Software
  • Installing the IBM Lotus Domino Administrator Client Software
  • Launching and Configuring the First Server
  • Configuring the First Workstation
  • Assigning Roles to Administrators and Servers
  • Registering Servers
  • Configuring and Starting Additional IBM Lotus Domino Servers
  • Creating an Organizational Unit Certifier
  • Registering New Administrators
  • Registering Users from a File
  • Replicating Server Document Changes
  • Setting Up an Administrator Workstation
  • Verifying the IBM Lotus Domino Installation
  • Creating Replicas on Multiple Servers
  • Creating Groups
  • Creating an Organizational Policy
  • Creating and Assigning an Explicit Policy
  • Customizing the IBM Lotus Domino Administrator Work Environment
  • Setting Access to Create Databases on the Server
  • Setting Administration Levels
  • Setting Logging Levels
  • Creating Server Groups for Replication
  • Creating a Connection Document
  • Configuring Notes Named Networks
  • Implementing a Hub-and-Spoke Mail Routing Topology
  • Selecting a Mail Storage Format for Incoming Mail
  • Enabling the SMTP Listener Task
  • Configuring Basic SMTP Settings
  • Restricting Internet Mail Delivery
  • Enabling Whitelist and Blacklist Filters
  • Configuring Extended SMTP (E/SMTP) Options
  • Configuring Internet Addressing
  • Testing SMTP
  • Configuring Router Restrictions
  • Implementing Message Disclaimers
  • Implementing Mail Delivery Controls
  • Implementing Mail Transfer Controls
  • Configuring Multiple Server Mailboxes
  • Creating and Activating a Server Mail Rule
  • Enabling Mail Journaling
  • Implementing Blacklist Tag and Whitelist Tag Mail Rule Conditions
  • Establishing Mail Quotas
  • Controlling Inbox Size with Inbox Maintenance
  • Archiving Mail
  • Verifying Routing and Checking Mail Delivery
  • Enabling Mail Statistics
  • Enabling Message Tracking
  • Configuring Message Recall
  • Sending a Mail Trace
  • Restarting the Router
  • Forcing Mail Routing
  • Resolving Undelivered and Dead Mail
  • Adding Users
  • Changing a User Name
  • Moving User Mail Files
  • Extending an IBM Lotus Notes ID Expiration Date
  • Using the ID Vault to Secure User IDs
  • Deleting Users
  • Changing a Users Location Within the Organizational Hierarchy
  • Creating Groups
  • Renaming Groups
  • Deleting Groups
  • Changing Group Membership
  • Setting Up Non-IBM Lotus Notes Users
  • Upgrading IBM Lotus Notes Clients
  • Managing Roaming Users
  • Composite Application Deployment Fundamentals
  • Accessing Composite Applications on IBM WebSphere Portal
  • Introduction to Composite Application Provisioning
  • Configuring Clients for User-Initiated Updates
  • The Server Console Window
  • Defining Backup Processes
  • Using Transaction Logging
  • Managing Disk Space
  • Enabling View Logging
  • Logging and Analyzing Activity Data
  • Automating Server Tasks
  • Evaluating Server Settings with Lotus Domino Configuration Tuner
  • Finding Instances of a Server Name
  • Placing a Server Out of Service
  • Updating a Server ID
  • Authenticating with Other Organizations
  • Providing Internal and External Server Access
  • Examining Server Monitoring Tools
  • Creating Event Generators
  • Using Event Handlers
  • Automating Tasks by Using Agents
  • Viewing Statistics
  • Monitoring Server Statistics and Tasks
  • Monitoring the Server with the IBM Lotus Domino Web Administrator
  • Monitoring Servers by Using the IBM Lotus Domino Console
  • Configuring IBM Lotus Domino Domain Monitoring
  • Controlling Reported Events by Using Event Filters
  • Creating Collection Hierarchies
  • Taking Corrective Action
  • Migrating Existing Certifiers to the CA Process
  • Registering Users with the CA Process
  • Troubleshooting with the IBM Lotus Domino Administrator Server Console
  • Solving Server Access Problems
  • Solving Administration Process Problems
  • Solving Server-to-Server Connection Problems
  • Solving Agent Manager Problems
  • Solving DAOS Problems
  • Solving Replication Problems
  • Resolving Replication Conflicts
  • Coordinating the Purge Interval and the Replication Schedule
  • Troubleshooting Server Access in the Application Access Control List
  • Recovering from a Server Crash
  • Enabling Fault Recovery and Automatic Diagnostic Collection
  • Resolving Workspace and Application Issues
  • Implementing Database Redirection
  • Resolving Connection Problems
  • Responding to Mail Delivery Problems

Zielgruppe

This intermediate course is system administrators new to Lotus Domino who need to acquire a foundational knowledge and working experience with the Lotus Domino 8 administration tools and who are responsible for:

  • 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

Voraussetzungen

You should have previous experience:

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

Schulungsplan

  May 20 - May 24, 2019
Berlin