IBM Lotus Domino 7 Administrator
Managing Servers and Users


Students will perform standard server maintenance and troubleshooting tasks. Students will also register and maintain Notes and non-Notes users.


Completion of the following IBM Lotus Domino 7 courses or equivalent knowledge, skills, and experience:
(Required) Administering IBM Lotus Domino 7: Operating Fundamentals
(Recommended) Administering IBM Lotus Domino 7: Building the Infrastructure

What should you be familiar with?

Administrators new to Domino who are responsible for:
Initial install and setup of a basic Domino/Notes 7 infrastructure.
Set up of Domino Mail servers in the corporate intranet and extranet (i.e. Internet) environment.

Session Length

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


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

Topics Covered in this session

Managing Users and Groups
  • Moving a user's mail file
  • Changing a user's name
  • Changing a user's location in the hierarchy
  • Extending a Notes ID
  • Deleting users
  • Setting up roaming users
  • Changing a user's group membership
  • Managing groups
  • Renaming groups
  • Deleting groups
  • Managing Non-Notes and Notes Clients
    • Setting up browser clients
    • Updating client software

    Managing Servers
    • Defining a backup process
    • Searching for server references in a domain
    • Setting up authentication with other Domino organizations
    • Changing server access
    • Decommissioning a server
    • Recertifying a server ID
    • Changing administrator access
  • Setting Up Server Monitoring
    • Determining server status
    • Enabling statistics monitors
    • Creating performance profiles
    • Enabling agent logging
    Monitoring Server Performance
    • Automating server tasks
    • Monitoring system resources
    • Viewing statistics with Server Monitor
    • Using the Domino Web Administrator
    • Using the Domino Console

    Resolving Server Problems
    • Recovering from a server crash
    • Solving authentication and authorization issues
    • Using event triggers to troubleshoot problems
    • Troubleshooting replication problems
    • Troubleshooting connection problems
    • Solving agent manager issues

    Resolving User Problems
    • Troubleshooting workstation problems
    • Troubleshooting database issues
    • Tracking user mail messages

    Performance-based objectives
    • Understand Lotus Notes and Domino Architecture
    • Understand Lotus Domino security mechanisms
    • Understand Mail Routing
    • Understand Replication
    • Understand the roles a Server performs
    • Understanding Multi-server implementations

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