Crash Course

An Administration Process (AdminP) crash course

The Administration Process (AdminP) is a program that automates many routine administrative tasks in Lotus Notes and Domino -- such as managing mail files, replicas and user information. Learn the ins and outs of AdminP from this collection of tips and tutorials, and discover how to leverage AdminP's administrative power in your own Notes/Domino environment.

Get a quick and basic overview of what the Notes/Domino Administration Process is and what it's comprised of.

All about AdminP, part 1 (
Learn about the fundamental components of the Administration Process, how they work, and how they can make Notes/Domino administration easier and more efficient.

All about AdminP, part 2 (
Discover advanced AdminP administration techniques, including cross-domain administration requests; and how to control AdminP functions through server document settings, server console commands, the Notes.ini file and database purge intervals.

Maximize the power of the Administration Process in Lotus Domino (
Kathleen McGivney's AdminP presentation from Lotusphere 2006 is packed with best practices, gotchas and expert advice on managing AdminP actions.

AdminP takes a long time to process requests in Domino 6 (
Common problems associated with the use of AdminP after a Notes/Domino 5 to Notes/Domino 6 upgrade -- and their solutions.

Creating a custom AdminP request handler (
Bob Balfe, Senior Software Engineer at IBM Lotus, outlines how to create, code and deploy an AdminP custom request handler.

Finding administrator names through the Administration Process(
A great AdminP tip for sorting through your Domino Directory to find all references to a group, administrator, or server.


This was first published in November 2006

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