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In response to: Embedded sametime in 8.5 takes focus

Erica T
Thank you for this, THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!! :)
 Permalink 01/31/14 @ 18:32

In response to: Security enhancements in iNotes 8.5.2 may require configuration changes in environments with reverse proxies

Jeroen Jacobs
Facing a similar issue under NetScaler. What exactly did you need to change on NetScaler to make it work?
 Permalink 08/30/13 @ 13:49

In response to: Disabling HTTP methods

Dragon Cotterill
Having had to do this for TrustWise, it does make a lot of sense to disable these. Normally you can write apps that detect hacks against your databases, but you cannot do so when you have these options enabled so unless you have a specific need for them, switch them off now.
 Permalink 08/30/13 @ 10:18

In response to: C-api help on one of the samples

dennisvr
Thanks Ulrich!
 Permalink 05/06/13 @ 10:27

In response to: C-api help on one of the samples

just for the records: after a few rounds of try-and-error, I solved the puzzle Change the numeric_value datatype from FLOAT to NUMBER NUMBER numeric_item; /* a numeric item */ and then: /* Extract a number item from the summary. */ case TYPE_NUMBER: memcpy (&numeric_item, summary_position, sizeof(NUMBER)); sprintf (item_text, "%f", numeric_item); break; This will now gives you the correct output
 Permalink 05/06/13 @ 08:03

In response to: C-api help on one of the samples

dennisvr
Good question Ulrich. It's been 4 years, and I really really can't remember. I think I never solved it.
 Permalink 05/05/13 @ 10:58

In response to: C-api help on one of the samples

I know, that this is a very old entry. But have you ever found a solution?
 Permalink 05/05/13 @ 09:44

In response to: IBM Lotus Sametime Standard V8.5 filenames.

dennisvr
You can see in the footer, it's B2evolution with the Asevo skin
 Permalink 04/30/13 @ 10:43

In response to: IBM Lotus Sametime Standard V8.5 filenames.

Hi there would you mind stating which blog platform you're using? I'm going to start my own blog soon but I'm having a hard time making a decision between BlogEngine/Wordpress/B2evolution and Drupal. The reason I ask is because your layout seems different then most blogs and I'm looking for something completely unique. P.S Apologies for getting off-topic but I had to ask!
 Permalink 04/30/13 @ 00:27

In response to: 8.5.2 sametime window problem -> A solution

geo
I've crying for this for 8 months now ! You just MADE MY DAY mate ! Thanks a million !
 Permalink 04/26/13 @ 11:07

In response to: Removing a full text index on a server

dennisvr
Big spam problem at the moment Tam, even the Turing test is not helping. I'll have to upgrae to the latest version I think.
 Permalink 04/03/13 @ 08:57

In response to: Removing a full text index on a server

Tam
Do you have a spam issue on this blog; I also am a blogger, and I was curious about your situation; many of us have developed some nice methods and we are looking to trade methods with other folks, be sure to shoot me an e-mail if interested.
 Permalink 04/02/13 @ 22:28

In response to: Module 4: Installing Lotus Notes Admin/Designer Client

saravanan
Very Help Full
 Permalink 12/07/12 @ 09:10

In response to: *tap* *tap* is this thing on?

dennisvr
Hi Tom initially the install part will be windows only. But the administration stuff is mostly generic apart from performance tuning. I'll see at a later time if I (or someone else) can add stuff for other platforms
 Permalink 09/14/12 @ 11:59

In response to: *tap* *tap* is this thing on?

Hi Dennis, Nice. Will that be cross platform or just for good ol' windows?
 Permalink 09/14/12 @ 11:44

In response to: Sametime 8.5 system console installer problem

I ran into this, while installing Sametime 8.5.2 in a virtualized environment. The issue was that one of the tablespaces in the STSC db (SP32) could not be read (happened for every db created). I ended up manually creating the DB and tablespaces and created the tables using the Systemconsole.ddl file and then reinstalled the system console
 Permalink 06/27/12 @ 14:21

In response to: Module 4: Installing Lotus Notes Admin/Designer Client

dennisvr
Thanks Stefan ;-) I will correct this in the "how to do this the right way" chapter!
 Permalink 05/09/12 @ 19:37

In response to: Module 4: Installing Lotus Notes Admin/Designer Client

Aaagglllh! The default path for Notes data will render Designer useless. Especially on 64Bit Win7. You *must* point it somewhere outside "Program Files". Best follow the sample of a standard client "shared install" and put it into the user profile. Also move the notes.ini there and make sure you start from that directory in the shortcut (I think that works by default). This way you can keep program files read only.
 Permalink 05/09/12 @ 18:50

In response to: Installing Lotus Domino from Scratch

dennisvr
Chris: as a notes dev you can use this as a starting point: http://blug.be/blug.nsf/Click?Open&e=20120322&s=Jess&f=2012_Slides_c/$file/BLUG-AdminForTheDeveloper.odp (by Jess Stratton/Kathy Brown)
 Permalink 05/09/12 @ 17:32

In response to: Installing Lotus Domino from Scratch

As a dev I expect to learn lots of new stuff. Now that should not be too difficult ;) Keep up the good work!
 Permalink 05/09/12 @ 16:54

In response to: Installing Lotus Domino from Scratch

dennisvr
Thanks guys! After completion I'll look into the RedWiki sharing. First there's chapters and chapters and chapters to write ;-)
 Permalink 05/09/12 @ 14:05

In response to: Installing Lotus Domino from Scratch

Jesper Clausen
Well done... I agree with Lars about the RedWiki-thing. Keep up the good work.
 Permalink 05/09/12 @ 13:53

In response to: Installing Lotus Domino from Scratch

Dennis, that's really needed. Please consider wrapping up this as a wiki article later.
 Permalink 05/09/12 @ 13:34

In response to: Installing Lotus Domino from Scratch

dennisvr
Paul: idea is good. I might look into that one. Lars: Thanks, it's taking a lot of time indeed, and these where the easy chapters ;-)
 Permalink 05/09/12 @ 13:26

In response to: Installing Lotus Domino from Scratch

Lars Olufsen
Excellent idea, Dennis. This should really be a RedWiki, but it's great that you are taking the time to put all this great info together.
 Permalink 05/09/12 @ 13:11

In response to: Installing Lotus Domino from Scratch

Hi Dennis - brilliant effort. Only suggestion I would have is a sub domain or easy place to get to the posts without mixing them with your other blog posts?
 Permalink 05/09/12 @ 13:02

In response to: 'Set Config' parameter does not alter the parameter in the Domino server configuration document

dennisvr
Rajesh: That's exactly what the technotes says ;-) (I forgot to add the link)
 Permalink 04/24/12 @ 19:21

In response to: 'Set Config' parameter does not alter the parameter in the Domino server configuration document

rajesh haran
Hi Dennis, If you add 'update' at the end of your argument, it will update the config document. example: Set ENABLE_SRVCFG_NAB_UPDATE=1 update technote from IBM: http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21172870
 Permalink 04/24/12 @ 19:10

In response to: Ray C. Anderson (Interface Inc.): Confessions of a Radical Industrialist

Hats off to Mr. Anderson. May there be more like him.
 Permalink 02/20/12 @ 23:16

In response to: New websecurity feature in Domino 8.5?

dennisvr
To update this post: It's a quickr feature. http://www.d2k.nl/domino/blog4.php/2009/11/13/re-new-websecurity-feature-in-domino-8-5
 Permalink 02/08/12 @ 13:40

In response to: Making Sametime work on iOS

dennisvr
I did perform some voodoo rituals and made some animal sacrifices, but I didn't want to go to much into detail ;-)
 Permalink 02/01/12 @ 17:13

In response to: Making Sametime work on iOS

Jim Soper
Big Up Vote! The worst upgrade/patch/whatever you want to call it! Great idea and great "once" it's working, however I'm surprised you don't have also donate blood in order to get it working! They should have a PMR Award given out at Lotusphere to the company with the most PMR's opened, lol
 Permalink 02/01/12 @ 16:07

In response to: Removing a full text index on a server

dennisvr
Hi Ade that's also true, but this can work scheduled if required.
 Permalink 12/27/11 @ 11:01

In response to: Removing a full text index on a server

ADE
Yes, this is a good tool, but in the administrator client, you can select all databases and right clic, delete all indexe. After that, introduice in notes.ini serveur thos variables : UPDATE_NO_FULLTEXT=1 and FT_FLY_INDEX_OFF=1 Best regards Ade
 Permalink 12/26/11 @ 15:52

In response to: Security enhancements in iNotes 8.5.2 may require configuration changes in environments with reverse proxies

Gehan De Silva
Hi Im working with a citrix netscaler and trying to get clientless vpn working with INotes. I get the point where i authenticate get redirected to my mailfile 'Loading IBM INotes...' but then the page breaks. Did you get Inotes with clientless vpn on the netscaler ?
 Permalink 12/19/11 @ 08:26

In response to: IBM Lotus Domino Remote Console Authentication Bypass Vulnerability

dennisvr
Hi Alexey, I'm very interested in what the result is then? Not that I think that many organisations will have to face external threats for this port, but still
 Permalink 12/01/11 @ 14:52

In response to: IBM Lotus Domino Remote Console Authentication Bypass Vulnerability

There is TWO bugs in ONE function. Patrik found UNC path, i've found funny XML parser. So, IBM fix only UNC. And "Failed exploit attempts will result in a denial-of-service condition." - it is not true 8)
 Permalink 12/01/11 @ 14:09

In response to: IBM Sametime client for iOS

dennisvr
They've got a Lotuslive meetings app, but indeed, it's odd that it doesn't support it
 Permalink 11/22/11 @ 09:57

In response to: IBM Sametime client for iOS

The strange thing is that they do this kind of release and don't have support for their own cloud solution ?????
 Permalink 11/22/11 @ 08:54

In response to: Domino Wiki: DAOS Backup and Restore

dennisvr
Excellent tip Marek!
 Permalink 05/30/11 @ 14:17

In response to: Domino Wiki: DAOS Backup and Restore

It is little bit tricky. You have to restore nsf, put it on server, get list of missing NLO's and restore them: tell daosmgr listnlo -o listofmissingnlos.txt MISSING mymail.nsf
 Permalink 05/30/11 @ 14:13

In response to: Lotussquash 2011, 2e editie op 30 juni

Christian
I'll be there!
 Permalink 05/09/11 @ 17:29

In response to: Sore loser: Connie Sonne (JREF Challenge at TAM7)

Rob
Connie is a textbook example of someone being totally self deluded.
 Permalink 04/28/11 @ 19:17

In response to: 8.5.2 sametime window problem

Sayantan
It works great
 Permalink 03/30/11 @ 00:35

In response to: IBM Lotus Quickr 8.5 for Domino Administration book is out!

dennisvr
You are more then welcome Keith, it's a good book!
 Permalink 02/23/11 @ 16:04

In response to: IBM Lotus Quickr 8.5 for Domino Administration book is out!

On behalf of myself and my co-authors, we thank you for the glowing recommendation.
 Permalink 02/23/11 @ 15:24

In response to: Sending the elevator down (#ls11)

Alberto Jimenez
That part of the elevator was indeed very inspiring. Thanks for the offer.
 Permalink 02/07/11 @ 15:10

In response to: Sending the elevator down (#ls11)

dennisvr
Thanks Paul I just had the idea I could do more. You've been good in helping me, so I just think there's probably more people that need help getting further ahead
 Permalink 02/07/11 @ 00:50

In response to: Sending the elevator down (#ls11)

Good for you Denis. You may not realise it, but you have being doing it for a long time already. Once you post freely available content, you are helping someone.
 Permalink 02/06/11 @ 19:51
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