Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Lotus domino Administration Training

We provide Online Training on Lotus Domino Administration. People who are interested to join this training please contact me at LotusNotes.Kiran@Gmail.com.

Lotus Domino Administration Course Contents.

Introduction to Lotus Notes
 Overview of Lotus Notes
 What are Lotus Domino and Lotus Notes
 Components of the Notes Infrastructure
 Describing the Role of the Domino Server
 What is a Domino Database
 Understanding the Impact of the Domino Directory

Lotus Domino and Lotus Notes Architecture
 Domino Hub and Spoke overview
 What is a Domain?
 What is a Notes Named Network?
 What is a Certifier ID?
 What is a Notes ID?
 What is a Server ID?
 What is an organizational unit?

Examining Mail Routing in Lotus Domino
 What are the components of Mail Routing?
 What routing protocols does Lotus Domino Support?
 How does mail route within a Notes Named Networks?
 How does mail route between Notes Named Networks?

Lotus Domino Security Introduction
 Access Control List overview
 Securing a database using the Access Control List

Using IBM Lotus Notes Resources
 Gathering End user Information
 Using the Lotus Notes Log

Managing the user’s workstation
 Installing Lotus Notes Client
 Notes.ini overview
 Troubleshooting workspace Icon issues
 Troubleshooting Bookmark issues
 Troubleshooting Server Access Issues
 Troubleshooting Personal Address book issues
 Recovering from a workstation crash
 Troubleshooting Connection problem
 Troubleshooting Workstation problems

Installing Lotus Domino server
 Considering deployment scenarios
 Designing a hierarchical naming scheme
 Installing and setting up the first Domino server
 Installing and setting up the Domino Administrator client

Setting up the Administration Environment
 Specifying Administration preferences
 Allowing and restricting server access
 Allowing administrators access to the Domino Directory
 Recording server activity in the Domino Server Log file

Managing Servers
 Using the Server Console window
 Defining a backup process for Cert ID, Server ID
 Analyzing activity data
 Scheduling weekly maintenance jobs (Program Document)
 Enabling Transaction logging

Performing Basic Administration Tasks
 Starting the Lotus Domino Administrator client
 Navigating the Domino Administrator client
 Setting Administration preferences
 Monitoring Domino Servers
 Performing Basic commands on the server console

Managing Users and Groups
 User id registration
 Deleting Users
 Creating Groups
 Changing a user’s group membership
 Managing groups
 Renaming groups
 Deleting groups

Monitoring Server Performance
 Using Server Monitoring Tool [DDM & Admin Client]
 Viewing Domino Domain Monitor events
 Viewing real time statistics
 Viewing statistics with Server Monitor
 Gathering Server statistics details
 Alert Error Messages overview Practical

Adding Lotus Notes Workstations to the Domino Domain
 Creating internal Lotus Notes User IDs/Mail Files
 Installing the Lotus Notes client software
 Setting up the Lotus Notes Workstation

Managing Users
 Moving a user’s mail file
 Changing a user’s name
 Acting on name change requests
 Changing a user’s location in the hierarchy
 Setting up ID file backup
 Recovering an ID file
 Deleting users and adding them to Termination Group

Managing User Database Issues
 Refreshing or Replace a Database Design
 Compacting a Lotus Database – Three types
 Using Updall commands on Lotus Database
 Using Fixup commands on Lotus Database

Mail Routing
 Understanding Mail Routing NRPC and SMTP
 Responding to Mail Delivery Failure
 Testing Mail Connections
 Restarting the Router
 Forcing mail to route
 Managing Dead and undelivered Mail
 Setting up Mail Delegation
 Troubleshooting the Out of Office Agent
 Scheduling mail routing

Enabling Message Controls
 Controlling Mail Delivery – Server Configuration Document
 Setting Mail Restrictions
 Creating whitelist and blacklist filters
 Implementing message disclaimers
 Enabling mail journaling
 Understanding how mail rules are executed
 Creating Mail Rules
 Stopping the processing of mail rules
 Using the blacklist tag and whitelist tag mail rule conditions
 Establishing mail quotas
 Controlling Inbox Size

Mail Archiving
 Creating Mail Archive
 Archiving Database Documents
 Diagnosing Problems with Mail Archiving policies
 Troubleshooting Mail Archiving issues

Lotus Domino Replication
 Understanding Lotus Domino Replication
 Types of Replication
 Creating Replication Connection Document
 Creating Replica Database
 Setting Replication options
 Resolving Replication Conflicts
 Scheduling Replication
 Troubleshooting Replication

Setting up Server Monitoring
 Identifying mechanisms for collecting server information
 Starting the statistics Collector task
 Creating Event generators
 Creating event handlers
 Choosing a notification method in an event handler
 Creating probes
 Enabling agent logging

Troubleshooting Server Issues
 Analysing NSD File
 Troubleshooting Replication Issues
 Upgrading the server from one version to other
 Server Decommissioning
 Troubleshooting SMTP Mail Routing Issue

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