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Lotus ® Version 7 Domino Domino Administrator Help G210-2213-00

Domino Administrator Help

G210-2213-00

Note: Before using this information and the product it supports, read the information in "Notices" at the end of this document.

First Edition (December, 2005)

This edition applies to IBM® Lotus® Domino® Administrator 7 (product number L-GHUS-5RWNHM), and to all subsequent releases and modifications, until otherwise indicated in new editions.

© Copyright International Business Machines Corporation 1994, 2005. All rights reserved. US Government Users Restricted Rights - Use, duplication or disclosure restricted by GSA ADP Schedule Contract with IBM Corp.

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Chapter 1. Deploying Domino

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Partitioned servers

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Certifier IDs and certificates .

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Building the Domino environment

 

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Chapter 2. Setting Up the Domino

 

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NRPC communication

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Resolving server names to network addresses in

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Mapped directory links and Domino data

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Planning the TCP/IP network .

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The default configuration

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Advanced configurations

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Changing a server’s IP address

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Moving to IPv6

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NRPC name-to-address resolution over TCP/IP 17

Ensuring DNS resolves in TCP protocols .

 

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Changing a server’s IP address

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IPv6 and Lotus Domino .

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Advanced Domino TCP/IP configurations .

 

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Planning the NetBIOS network

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How to tell if NetBIOS is active on a system .

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Server name-to-address resolution over NetBIOS

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Setting up Domino servers on the network

 

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. Fine-tuning network port setup on a server

Setting up Notes named networks .

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Server setup tasks specific to TCP/IP

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Server setup tasks specific to NetBIOS .

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Chapter 3. Installing and Setting Up

 

Domino Servers

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Server installation .

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Entering system commands correctly .

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Using silent server installation to install Domino

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Concurrent I/O and Direct I/O not supported on

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Example of output with CIO enabled:

 

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The Domino Server Setup program

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Using Domino Off-Line Services (DOLS) and

 

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Using the Domino Server Setup program

 

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Indic language support in the Domino Server

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Using automatic server setup on Linux on zSeries

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Using the Domino Server Setup program locally 72 Using the Domino Server Setup program

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Creating a server setup profile .

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Using a server setup profile .

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Using silent server setup .

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The Certification Log

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Server registration Registering a server

Optional tasks to perform after server setup

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Creating an additional organization certifier ID

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Creating an organizational unit certifier ID .

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Internet Site documents .

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Starting and shutting down the Domino server

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To start the server

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To shut down the server .

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Starting Domino as an application or a Windows

 

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Chapter 4. Setting Up Server-to-Server

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Planning server-to-server connections

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Remote (modem) access and server topology .

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How a server connects to another server

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Replication and server topology

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Examples of server topology .

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Creating a LAN connection

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Forcing a server connection to use a specific

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Setting up external domain lookups

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Internet connections

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Direct (leased-line) connection .

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Proxy connections

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Creating a server-to-server Internet connection

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Passthru servers and hunt groups

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Passthru Logging

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Planning the use of passthru servers Example of a passthru server topology .

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Creating a passthru connection

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Connecting a server to a hunt group .

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Planning for modem use Installing modems

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Creating a Network Dialup connection . Encrypting Network Dialup Connection

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Coordinating dialup ISP connections between

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Coordinating Notes Direct Dialup connections

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Modifying modem command files and acquire

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Connecting Notes clients to servers

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Requirements for connecting Notes clients to remote servers over various access media .

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Chapter 5. Setting up Domino and

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Understanding Domino and DB2 -- Limited

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DB2 Access Views

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Query views

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Domino and DB2 user accounts that are needed for

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Accounts required with AIX/UNIX

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Using the Domino Web Administrator client with

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Databases created with Domino 7

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Databases not supported as DB2 enabled Notes

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Compact database options are enabled for

Domino and DB2 .

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Domino and DB2 supported platforms and

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Supported platforms and hardware and

. Supported configurations in Domino and DB2 Example of a local Domino and DB2

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configuration

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Example of a remote Domino and DB2 configuration that uses separate servers . Example of a remote Domino and DB2

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configuration that uses partitions .

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Installation and setup procedures .

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Microsoft Windows .

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IBM AIX

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. Installing the DB2 Access server .

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Domino server enablement and mapping Notes

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Creating the DB2 installation account .

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Creating the DB2 administrator and administration server account .

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Installing and setting up Domino and DB2 and the DB2 Access server on Microsoft Windows -

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Local configuration

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Installing and setting up Domino and DB2 on

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Installing and setting up Domino and DB2 and the DB2 Access server on Microsoft Windows -

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Installing and setting up Domino and DB2 on

IBM AIX - Remote configuration

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Installing and setting up Domino and DB2 and the DB2 Access server on IBM AIX -- Remote

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. Setting up DB2 on Microsoft Windows .

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Installing and setting up Domino and DB2 and the DB2 Access server on IBM AIX -- Local

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Creating a server ID for the DB2 Access server 161 Installing the DB2 Access server on the DB2

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Enabling the Domino server to communicate with

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. Enabling Domino access to a DB2 server .

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Enabling a Domino server to communicate with

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NOTES.INI variables set by the DB2 Server

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Configuration variables modified during DB2

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server enablement

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Mapping the DB2 ID to a Notes ID in the Domino

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Mapping DB2 user names to Notes user names 172 Using formulas to create custom patterns in

user names .

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DB2 groups .

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Managing DB2 groups and classes .

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Locking a DB2 group

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Unlocking a DB2 group .

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Renaming a DB2 class .

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Prerequisites if you are running Domino 7, beta

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Procedure - Upgrading when you have created

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DB2 enabled Notes databases .

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Upgrading from a beta release to Domino 7 and

Upgrading a user name from flat to hierarchical 247

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Moving a user name in the name hierarchy .

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Converting a 32-bit instance to a 64-bit instance

Moving a user’s mail file and roaming files from

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the Domino Administrator or the Web

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Domino Administrator or the Web

Copying a DB2 enabled Notes database to another DB2 enabled Domino server

Domino and DB2 XA transaction services .

 

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Recertifying a user ID

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Moving a DB2 database container

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Replicating an NSF to DB2 Setting a DB2 server ID .

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Allowing multiple users to use the same data

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Setting and modifying DB2 values in the Server

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Setting, modifying or deleting the Domino

 

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Using groups .

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Removing a DB2 Access server

 

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Testing the DB2 Access configuration

Working with views in Domino and DB2 .

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Chapter 9. Creating Replicas and

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Scheduling Replication

 

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Views categorized by numeric datatypes . Domino and DB2 XA transaction services .

 

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Deciding when to create a replica . How server-to-server replication works

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Creating replicas using the Administration

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. Setting up client installation for users . Custom welcome page deployment

User registration .

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Table of replication settings .

Scheduling times for replication .

Scheduling server-to-server replication

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Viewing replication schedules and topology

Chapter 7. Managing Notes Users .

Managing users

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. Change user roaming status

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Chapter 10. Setting Up Calendars and

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Move or open a user’s files

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Delete a user name .

Synchronizing Windows 2000 Active Directory

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Administration Process

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Users in different domains .

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Deleting a user name with the Web

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. Creating Site Profile and Resource documents Editing and deleting Resource documents

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Setting user access rights to edit and delete

Changing a user’s Internet address

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