• SSL and SSO configuration in iNotes

    Get the steps to set up an ID Vault and its operations, from storing new and existing user IDs to resetting users' passwords in Notes/Domino 8.5.

  • Quickly scan all databases on a Domino server

    Use this agent to quickly scan all the databases on your Lotus Domino server. You'll find out which databases you don't have access to, which aren't included in the directory catalog and more.

  • What are settings documents?

    Learn and understand everything about settings documents including setup, registration, and primary usage as well as how to inherit and enforce settings documents.

  • Creating policy documents

    Once you have sufficient authority via the Domino Administrator client, you're ready to go. The following steps provide a general overview on how to create a policy document.

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  • Setting up ID Vault operations in Notes/Domino 8.5

    Get the steps to set up an ID Vault and its operations, from storing new and existing user IDs to resetting users' passwords in Notes/Domino 8.5. 

  • What are settings documents?

    Learn and understand everything about settings documents including setup, registration, and primary usage as well as how to inherit and enforce settings documents. 

  • Creating policy documents

    Once you have sufficient authority via the Domino Administrator client, you're ready to go. The following steps provide a general overview on how to create a policy document. 

  • Using exception policies

    An exception policy lets you create a set of configurations that ignore other policies. Use the Domino Administrator client to create this policy. 

  • Using Domino Administrator to manage client settings

    In this chapter excerpt from "Survival Guide for Lotus Notes and Domino Administrators," learn how to manage client settings using the Domino Administrator client and private policies. 

  • Viewing your policy settings

    Viewing your settings allows you to see the application of policies for a user in the Domino Directory. This is known as the effective policy. The following steps outline how to produce a policy synopsis and to display the effective policy for a pers... 

  • What is a policy architecture?

    Policy architecture is a collection of policy documents, with associated settings documents, that are applied to a group of users. In order to create a policy document, you first need to create the settings to be applied to a particular policy. Next ... 

  • How are policies implemented?

    Once determine all the configuration settings to be applied to the Lotus Notes client follow these steps to identify the settings. Your second task is figuring out how to apply the settings to the user community. 

  • Registering a new user using an explicit policy

    This section illustrates how to go about applying an explicit policy when registering a new user. 

  • Assigning an explicit policy to an existing user or group

    You can apply explicit policies when the user is registered or by updating the Person document for users who already exist in the Domino Directory. Start by completing the instructions outlined in the section titled, "Creating Policy Documents." 

  • See more Essential Knowledge on Lotus Notes Domino Administration Tools
  • Setting up ID Vault operations in Notes/Domino 8.5

    Get the steps to set up an ID Vault and its operations, from storing new and existing user IDs to resetting users' passwords in Notes/Domino 8.5. 

  • Quickly scan all databases on a Lotus Domino server

    Use this agent to quickly scan all the databases on your Lotus Domino server. You'll find out which databases you don't have access to, which aren't included in the directory catalog and more. 

  • What are settings documents?

    Learn and understand everything about settings documents including setup, registration, and primary usage as well as how to inherit and enforce settings documents. 

  • Creating policy documents

    Once you have sufficient authority via the Domino Administrator client, you're ready to go. The following steps provide a general overview on how to create a policy document. 

  • Using exception policies

    An exception policy lets you create a set of configurations that ignore other policies. Use the Domino Administrator client to create this policy. 

  • Using Domino Administrator to manage client settings

    In this chapter excerpt from "Survival Guide for Lotus Notes and Domino Administrators," learn how to manage client settings using the Domino Administrator client and private policies. 

  • Viewing your policy settings

    Viewing your settings allows you to see the application of policies for a user in the Domino Directory. This is known as the effective policy. The following steps outline how to produce a policy synopsis and to display the effective policy for a pers... 

  • What is a policy architecture?

    Policy architecture is a collection of policy documents, with associated settings documents, that are applied to a group of users. In order to create a policy document, you first need to create the settings to be applied to a particular policy. Next ... 

  • How are policies implemented?

    Once determine all the configuration settings to be applied to the Lotus Notes client follow these steps to identify the settings. Your second task is figuring out how to apply the settings to the user community. 

  • Registering a new user using an explicit policy

    This section illustrates how to go about applying an explicit policy when registering a new user. 

  • See more All on Lotus Notes Domino Administration Tools
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