IBM Lotus Domino 8 System Administration Fundamentals

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IBM Lotus Domino 8 System Administration Fundamentals

This course introduces you to basic concepts that provide the foundation for IBM Lotus Domino 8.5 and IBM Lotus Notes 8, and it is the point of entry to the entire core system administration curriculum. This course covers the foundational knowledge needed to perform basic administrative tasks in a Lotus Domino 8 infrastructure. This course does not cover how to install, configure, maintain, or troubleshoot a Lotus Domino 8 infrastructure.

Who Should do this Course

You should have previous experience as a network administrator or mail system administrator,and experience using the Lotus Notes 8. client

This is a basic course for current network or mail system administrators who are new to the Lotus Domino 8 system administration, but have some experience using the Lotus Notes 8 client, and who need to acquire a foundational knowledge and working experience with the Lotus Domino 8 administration tools.

Duration : 2 Months


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Exam Code :

Test LOT-847 - IBM Lotus Notes Domino 8 System Administration Operating Fundamentals.

Test LOT-848 - IBM Lotus Notes Domino 8 Building the Infrastructure

Test LOT-849 - IBM Lotus Notes Domino 8 Managing Servers and Users

Test LOT-847: IBM Lotus Notes Domino 8 System Administration Operating Fundamentals

Exam 847: IBM Lotus Notes Domino 8 System Administration Operating Fundamentals Exam Competencies

Exam Type: Multiple Choice

Description: Covers IBM Lotus Notes Domino 8 material as it relates to these competency areas:

Domino and DB2 Integration

Install and Configure


Managing and maintain

Managing Servers

Platform Support


  • Domino and DB2 Integration

Configuring Domino to run a DB2 datastore

Enabling a DB2 default user name

Installing the DB2 access server

Understanding DB2 integration enhancements

Understanding Domino and DB2 interaction

  • Install and Configure

Configuring client provisioning

Configuring component update for composite applications

Configuring Directory Services

Configuring Directory Services\LDAP services

Configuring Domino services

Configuring Domino Web Access

Configuring Ports

Configuring Server Fast Restart

Configuring User ID Recovery

Creating Internet Site Documents

Creating Policies

Identify the architecture and key components of the Lotus Notes and Lotus Domino environments

Implement Sametime for Domino Web Access (DWA)




Registration\Organizational Units




Understanding Installation Package Options

Understanding Server Installation Order (platform independent)

Understanding the Certification Log

  • Mail

Creating Domino (Notes) Named Networks

Creating Mail Topologies

Defining Mail Routing Protocols

Defining supported message formats

Implementing Mail Services\Domino Web Access (DWA)

Implementing Mail Services\IMAP

Implementing Mail Services\POP3

Issuing server commands

Planning Mail Topologies

  • Manage and Maintain

Define directory terminology

Examine Lotus Domino server functionality

Manage files and disk space

Monitor server status

Performing Basic Administrative Tasks

Setting administrative preferences

Start Lotus Domino Administrator

Understand Support for new LDAP Attributes

Understanding the Administration Process

Understanding the Domino Administrator UI

Utilizing the Domino Administrator client

View mail routing status

Viewing Person documents and groups

Viewing replication events and topology

Viewing server configuration documents

  • Managing servers

Configuring new Domino Domain Monitoring options

Configuring Send to IBM feature

Configuring Web Administration Bookmarks

Implementing new Domino Domain Monitoring probes

Understanding Domino Directory enhancements

Understanding new Domino server console commands

Understanding streaming replication features

Upgrading Domino Servers to version 8

Utilizing new Administration Process (Adminp) features

  • Platform Support

Defining Domino attributes

Defining Domino attributes\Certifier Documents

Defining Domino attributes\Configuration Documents

Defining Domino attributes\Connection Documents

Defining Domino attributes\Group Documents

Defining Domino attributes\Messaging

Defining Domino attributes\Person Documents

Defining Domino attributes\Program Documents

Defining Domino attributes\Replication

Defining Domino attributes\Server Documents

Defining Domino attributes\Server Tasks

Identify Lotus Domino databases

  • Security

Configuring Administrator Access rights

Configuring the Access Control List (ACL)

Configuring the Access Control List (ACL)\Enforce a Consistent Access Control List

Configuring the Access Control List (ACL)\Maximum Internet name-and-password

Defining Security Fields

Managing encryption key lengths

Restricting Server Access

Understanding changes in database encryption levels

Understanding database Access Control Lists

Understanding new Java Security standards

Understanding Online Certificate Status Protocol (OCSP)

Understanding password protection for Notes and Domino id files

Understanding public and private keys

Understanding the Access Control List (ACL)

Utilizing the Access Control List (ACL) log

Test LOT-848: IBM Lotus Notes Domino 8 Building the Infrastructure

  • Install and Configure

Binding ports and Internet Services

Configuring Directory Links

Configuring Directory Services\Directory Catalogs

Configuring Directory Services\LDAP services

Configuring Domain Searching

Configuring Domino Clustering

Configuring Domino Domain Monitoring (DDM)

Configuring Domino Domain Monitoring (DDM) collection hierarchy

Configuring Domino Domain Monitoring (DDM) probes

Configuring Domino Web Servers

Configuring Event Handler Notifications

Configuring network compression

Configuring the Domino Console and binder

Configuring the Room and Resource Manager

Implement database design compression

Implement database on demand collations

Implement database redirection

Implement new agent manager features

Understand Domino Domain Monitoring (DDM) event classes

Understand Domino Domain Monitoring (DDM) probe types

Understand the Server Health Monitor

Understanding authentication-only directory services

Understanding Websphere Portal integration enhancements

Utilizing Response Files for Server Installations

  • Mail

Configure DNS whitelists on the Domino server

Configure private blacklists on the Domino server

Configure private whitelists on the Domino server

Configure public blacklists on the Domino server

Configure public whitelists on the Domino server

Configuring connection error limits

Configuring mail delivery delay reports

Configuring Mail Journaling

Configuring Mail Rule Enhancements

Configuring Mail Tracking

Configuring Message Recall functionality

Configuring outbound SMTP relay authentication

Configuring Reverse Path Settings

Enable/Disable message disclaimers from Domino server

Enabling Message Recall functionality

Enabling TNEF conversion

Expanding Mail Topologies

Setting up message disclaimers

Understanding ambigious name rejections

Understanding Mail Management enhancements

Understanding Message Recall functionality

Understanding new Out of Office service types

  • Manage and Maintain

Analyzing server crash files

Configuring Critical Request scheduling

Configuring Domino Domain Monitoring (DDM) probe schedules

Configuring Server Auxiliary Ports

Configuring the Domino Console

Configuring the prevention of incorrect system time changes

Configuring the Server Controller

Configuring transaction logging

Connecting Lotus Domino and Websphere Portal

Integrating Domino and the Tivoli Enterprise Console

Troubleshooting message disclaimers from Domino server

Understanding Advanced Domino Server Tasks

Understanding Directory Assistance enhancements

Understanding Directory Services\Directory Assistance

Understanding Directory Services\Extended Directory Catalogs

Understanding Directory Services\Search Orders

Using Domino Domain Monitoring (DDM)

Utilizing Server Console Commands

Utilizing server serviceability enhancements

Utilizing stronger encryption capabilities

Utilizing Web Administration server bookmarks

  • Replication

Building Replication Topologies

Viewing Replication Topologies

  • Security

Certificate Authority\Configuring

Certificate Authority\Creating the Database

Certificate Authority\Maintaining

Configuring Message Recall security

Controlling Server Access

Encrypting network traffic

Implementing LTPAToken2 for single sign-on

Implementing stronger key strengths

Integrating Websphere and Domino with tokens

Test LOT-849: IBM Lotus Notes Domino 8 Managing Servers and Users

  • Install and Configure

Configuring Automatic Diagnostic Collection

Configuring Automatic Diagnostic Collection for clients

Configuring Automatic Diagnostic Collection for servers

Configuring AutoSave features

Configuring Directory Services\Condensed Directory Catalogs

Configuring roaming users

Configuring Smart Upgrade\kits

Configuring Smart Upgrade\server failover

Configuring Smart Upgrade\Smart Upgrade Governor

Configuring Smart Upgrade\Tracking Reports

Configuring the Fault Analyzer

Configuring the Server Health Monitor

Configuring Transaction Logging

Creating a desktop locking policy

Deploying Productivity Tools to users

Installing Notes clients

Installing Notes clients\multi-user clients

Installing the Notes server client installer

Preventing simple search

Understanding the client Update Manager

Understanding the differences between the Standard and Basic Notes clients

Understanding the provisioning server

Utilizing the client install manifest

Utilizing the client reconfiguration wizard

  • Mail

Configure mail policies settings

Configure private whitelists on the Notes client

Configuring Calendar Cleanup in the Notes client

Configuring Domino Web Access (DWA)

Configuring Inbox Maintenance

Configuring RSS feed enabled mailfiles

Configuring the Out of Office enhancements in the client

Configuring the Out of Office server service

Creating policies\archiving

Enable/Disable message disclaimers from Notes client

Stopping the processing of mail rules

Understanding calendar ghosting

Understanding Mail Threads

  • Manage and Maintain

Activity Trends\Analyzing

Activity Trends\Defining

Activity Trends\Implementing

Changing Port Configurations

Configuring policies

Configuring policies\archive policy

Configuring policies\custom password

Configuring policies\desktop locking

Configuring policies\desktop policy

Configuring policies\policy synopsis

Configuring policies\security policy

Deploying policies

Interpret results from Domain Domain Monitoring (DDM) probes

Managing Groups

Recognizing changes to Adminp name reversion requests

Troubleshooting AutoSave functionality

Understanding Web Style Query

Using messaging and calendaring enhancements

Using new server console commands

Using Notes client interface enhancements

Using the Room and Resource Manager

Utilizing Adminp Requests

Utilizing Automated Client Version Reporting

Utilizing custom password policies

Utilizing new File menu options

Utilizing Notes Dynamic Client Configuration

Utilizing Save Window State

Utilizing Smart Upgrade Tracking Reports

  • Managing Users and Groups

Configuring home Portal accounts

Configuring new client policies

Deploying Composite Applications

Managing user desktops

Releasing locked out users

Utilizing new mail policy settings

Utilizing the How To Apply policy setting

  • Security

Configuring cross certification

Configuring Id file encryption

Configuring ID Recovery

Configuring key rollover

Configuring new Security Policy settings

Configuring password verification for users

Configuring SSL on a server

Configuring the Certificate Authority (CA)

Configuring the Execution Control List (ECL)

Implementing Internet password locking

Implementing Policy controls on signed code

Understanding the Execution Control List (ECL)

Utilizing ID Recovery

Utilizing the Certificate Authority (CA)

Utilizing the Certificate Authority (CA)\Certificate Revocation List (CRL)

Utilizing the Certificate Authority (CA)\Issued Certificate Lists (ICL)

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