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Category: Lotus

Disabling HTTP methods

Permalink 08/30/13 08:49, by Dennis van Remortel, Categories: Administration, IBM, Lotus, security
For those being involved in security scans, you will probably know that they complain about TRACE and OPTIONS methods. You can disable those quite easily in your Internet site documents, but some products (Traveler,Sametime) don't officially support… more »

New feature in Domino 9: Lotusscript method warnings

Permalink 04/30/13 15:58, by Dennis van Remortel, Categories: Administration, IBM, Lotus, Development
The Domino server now warns (on the console and in the console.log) if you are using methods that could cause instability. Time to kick that developer (in this case: me ;-) ) [0954:0002-02DC] ************************** [0954:0002-02DC] *** Yo… more »

Sametime meeting (Classic Community server) and Java.

Permalink 03/29/13 09:20, by Dennis van Remortel, Categories: Administration, IBM, Lotus, Sametime
It seems that the more recent versions of Java break the browser based meetingroom in ST Community servers. Follow this technote #21615334 to resolve the issue. more »

Finding deprecated/obsolete Notes.ini entries on servers

Permalink 05/24/12 11:28, by Dennis van Remortel, Categories: Administration, IBM, Lotus
A small thing I wrote, so I didn't have to search all notes.ini's manually. It has a keywords document, so you can add/remove entries as you please. Put a replica on the servers you are interested in, and run it. What notes.ini variables have bec… more »

Module x: References

Permalink 05/09/12 11:52, by Dennis van Remortel, Categories: Administration, IBM, Lotus, article
References *1 The History of Notes and Domino *2 Introducing IBM Lotus Notes and Domino 8.5 *3 IBM Lotus Notes (wikipedia) *4 IBM Lotus Notes/Domino info center *5 *6 *7 *8 *9 *10 more »

Module 4: Installing Lotus Notes Admin/Designer Client

Permalink 05/09/12 11:44, by Dennis van Remortel, Categories: Administration, IBM, Lotus, article
Installing Lotus Notes Admin/Designer Client We've now setup our first server and now we need to install one of 3 versions of Lotus Notes clients. IBM kept it "simple". IBM Lotus Notes Basic Classic "Lightweight" client IBM Lotus Notes "new" full… more »

Module 3: First run configuration

Permalink 05/09/12 11:38, by Dennis van Remortel, Categories: Administration, IBM, Lotus, article
First run configuration Now that the installation has been completed, we are going to get ready to start Lotus Domino for the first time. On the Desktop of the server you now see 2 icons. 1 is the actual server, the other is the management console. W… more »

Module 2: Installing Lotus Domino first time

Permalink 05/09/12 11:36, by Dennis van Remortel, Categories: Administration, IBM, Lotus, article
Installing Lotus Domino first time So, we are going to get our hands dirty now. We start by installing the Lotus Domino server. For this we will use windows 2008, instructions vary a bit per OS ofcourse. See the references for materials on installing… more »

Module 1: Introduction

Permalink 05/09/12 11:31, by Dennis van Remortel, Categories: Administration, IBM, Lotus, article
Let's start this chapter explaining the IBM Lotus Notes and IBM Lotus Domino products. The screenshot below (*1) shows the various components. IBM Lotus Notes is the client of a collaborative client-server platform. IBM Lotus Domino is the applic… more »

Installing Lotus Domino from Scratch

Permalink 05/09/12 11:24, by Dennis van Remortel, Categories: Administration, IBM, Lotus, article
Being in the community for a while as a "consumer" of all the knowledge the smart people share, I made this post on my blog last year after Lotusphere. I feel I haven't done enough since, so I'm going all out for this. I'm going to try and make a comp… more »

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