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Lotus Domino 6.5 to 7 Administrator Update
Lotus Training Overview

This course explains the benefits of upgrading to Notes and Domino 7 and describes how to plan for and upgrade an existing installation to Domino 7. You will learn the proper sequence to install the software and update the databases to avoid problems and service disruptions.

This course thoroughly explores the many new features that make it easier to monitor and control Domino servers and Notes clients.

Lotus Training Learning Objectives

After you complete this course, you will be able to

  • List the proper sequence of steps to install and configure Domino 7 over an existing installation and how to immediately take advantage of the Domino 7 performance gains.
  • List the platforms initially supported by Domino 7 and those that will be supported in point releases.
  • Explain how Domino 7 utilizes DB2 as a second database engine.
  • Describe how the usability and performance of Domino Web Access have been vastly improved.
  • Upgrade users to Notes 7 using the improved Smart Upgrade feature.
  • Control Mail preferences using policies and lock down most Notes settings to prevent them from being changed by users.
  • Configure Domino 7 to use a private blacklist as well as both public and private whitelists and understand how Notes mail rules can act on messages coming from blacklist or whitelist domains.
  • Configure Domino to insert message disclaimers into outbound Internet messages.
  • Archive mail using the improved user interface.
  • Explain how the new Rooms and Resources Manager server task all but eliminates resource overbooking.
  • Describe the new ways in which room and resource reservations are made and how to give resource owners more control over their assets.
  • Configure the nine types of probes that are included with the new Domino Domain Monitoring feature and learn how to use the reports to understand why a particular problem occurred and how you can solve the problem.
  • Quickly implement the new capabilities of Server Recovery and Diagnostic Collection to better react to crashed systems.
  • Describe how the addition of three new Event Handler actions and the improvement of an existing action give you greater power to automatically reconfigure Domino in response to events.
Note: This course only touches on Domino’s ability to use DB2 as its data store, Domino Access Views, and Query Views. Take DB2 for Domino 7 Administrators and Developers course for detailed instruction on these topics.

Lotus Training Audience

This course is designed for experienced Notes and Domino 6.5 administrators who plan to upgrade their environment to Notes and Domino 7.

You will find the course especially rewarding if you have already installed a Domino 7 server and a handful of Notes 7 clients and bring your questions to class.

To learn more about:

  • upgrading applications to run under Domino 7 using Domino Designer 7, take the Domino 6.5 to 7 Developer Update course
  • upgrading to Notes 7 (users), take the Lotus Notes 6.5 to 7 User Update course.
If you missed the Notes/Domino 5 to 6.x upgrade, we have these courses to prepare you for the Notes/Domino 6.5 to 7 upgrade courses:
  • Lotus Domino 6.5 Developer Update
  • Lotus Domino 6.5 Administrator Update
  • Update to Notes 6.5

If you are new to Notes and Domino 7, this is not the right course for you to take, as it assumes significant prior knowledge of Notes and Domino 6.5. You should, instead, participate in a series of Domino administration training courses. Follow these paths to master all aspects of the Domino 7 server, Domino Administrator 7, and the administration of Lotus Notes 7 clients:



Courses later in the series assume that you have mastered the content of earlier courses.


Lotus Training Course duration

This course is designed as a half-day seminar/lecture and demonstration course, but can be lengthened and modified to include hands-on activities.

Lotus Training Course outline

1 Upgrade Planning

    Why Upgrade to Domino 7?
      Performance gains
      Domino platform support
      DB2 database integration
      Domino Web Access
      Sametime 7 server

    Upgrade Strategy
      Upgrade sequence
      Java-based installer under Windows
      Domino Setup
2 Notes Upgrade and Administration
    Notes Upgrade
      Notes platform support
      Smart Upgrade Kit detachment
      Smart Upgrade Governor
      SUCACHE Server Console commands
      Smart Upgrade failover
      Smart Upgrade Tracking reports
      Smart Upgrade debugging
      Notes Application plug-in

    Notes Administration
      Mail preferences policy setting
      Lock down policy settings
      Custom password policy
      Revert user renaming
      Roaming User Upgrade prompt

3 Mail and Calendar Administration
    Private Blacklist and Whitelists
      Blacklist/whitelist processing order
      Configure blacklists and whitelists
      Blacklist desired actions
      Whitelist desired actions
      Statistics

    Mail Rules
      Two new conditions
      New rule action
      New Server Mail Rule conditions and action for administrators

    Message Disclaimers
      Message disclaimer basics
      Two conditions for message disclaimers to be added
      Define message disclaimer text and have Notes add it
      Message disclaimers added by Mail Router
      Domino Web Access message disclaimers

    Mail Archiving
      User interface
      Archive Settings policy

    Rooms and Resources
      Rooms and Resources Manager server task
      Site: Automatic reminder notices
      Resource: Limit advanced reservations
      Clusters and multiple Resource Reservation databases

4 Server Monitoring
    Domino Domain Monitoring
      Review of Event Generators and Handlers
      Objectives of the DDM system
      Key elements of DDM
      Probe areas
      Define DDM Probes
      Open the Domino Domain Monitor database
      Domino Domain Monitor interface ACL
      Domino Domain Monitor interface
      DDM Event document
      DDM Server Collection Hierarchy
      Tivoli Enterprise Console server settings

    Server Recovery and Diagnostic Collection
      Server Recovery
      Diagnostic Collection for Domino servers
      Diagnostic Collection for Notes clients

    Other Server Monitoring Changes
      Tivoli Advanced Monitoring
      Server Console Message ID and Severity
      Event Handler actions

 
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