IBM Lotus Domino 6 Administrator
Operating Fundamentals


Outcomes

This course introduces students to basic concepts that provide the foundation for Domino/Notes. This course is a prerequisite for the "SA Core Curriculum."

Prerequisites

Previous system administration experience, and attended the following IBM Lotus Domino 6 end user courses:
Required: Using IBM Lotus Notes 6
Recommended: Maximizing Your Productivity with IBM Lotus Notes 6


What should you be familiar with?

Administrators new to Domino. This course is the point of entry to the entire core SA curriculum.

Session Length

1 Day, 9:00am to 4:30pm

Location

This session is conducted either on site, or at our training rooms.

Topics Covered in this session





Domino Administrator interface

Domino/Notes architecture, including:
  • Role of Domino System Administrator
  • What is Domino/Notes?
  • What is a Domino database?
  • What is a directory?
  • What is the Domino Administrator?

Security, including:
  • 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)
  • Hierarchical naming components
  • What is an organization?
  • What is an organizational unit?
  • Registration process (server, certifier & user)
  • Designing a hierarchical naming scheme
  • Public/private keys, encryption and signing
  • Authentication/anonymous access
  • What is a group?
  • Database ACLs
  • Server access lists
  • Workstation ECLs
Mail, including:
  • How does mail route?
  • What are the components for mail routing?
  • What routing protocols does Domino support?
  • How does mail route within a DNN?
  • How does mail route between DNNs?
  • What is a mail routing topology? (hub-and-spoke)
  • What other mail protocols does Domino support?
  • What are the options for setting up internal/external mail?
Replication, including:
  • What is replication?
  • Replication terms
  • Replication logic -- source/target servers and source/target documents
  • Methods to initiate replication
  • Factors that affect replication
  • Use of server groups for replication
  • What are connection documents?
  • Replica database vs. database copy

Extending Domino/Notes, including:
  • What other functions can a Domino server perform?
  • What Internet protocols does Domino support?
  • What are DOLS/iNotes?
  • What is Domino Everyplace?
  • What is SSL?
  • What is a Certifying Authority?
  • What non-Domino directories does the server support?





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