Delve into the world of digital certificates for Lotus Notes and Domino. This collection of resources explains how Lotus Notes certificates and Internet certificates work in a Domino Server environment and offers advice on how to manage your certificates and certificate authorities for optimum security and validation.
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- Lotus Notes digital certificates: What are they?
SearchDomino.com contributor Chuck Connell uses an easy to understand, real-world analogy to explain what Lotus Notes certificates are and how they work.
- Accessing Domino servers using Lotus Notes and Internet certificates
Discover the difference between Lotus Notes certificates and Internet certificates and learn about the three types of Lotus Notes certificates you can have in a User ID.
- Viewing Lotus Notes digital certificates for people or services
Learn how to view all the Lotus Notes certificates for people that you trust -- and even the ones that you don't. Also, find out how trust works and what the limitations are for a Lotus Notes certificate.
- How trust is established for a Lotus Notes digital certificate
You can easily declare trust for multiple Lotus Notes certificates by trusting a specific certificate authority (CA). Once you grant trust to that certificate authority, your computer will automatically trust all Lotus Notes certificates issued by it.
- Inside Lotus Domino Certificate Authority in R6
The Server-Based Certificate Authority feature, introduced in Notes/Domino R6, provides enhanced protection for certifier IDs, better validation of Internet certificates, and an industry-standard Certificate Revocation List.
- Using Domino Certificate Authority and Password Recovery together
Find out how using Domino Certificate Authority and the Lotus Notes ID/Password Recovery feature together can deliver big benefits to an organization.