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CLP Fast Track By Tony Aveyard

CLP Fast Track by Tony Aveyard

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To-the-point content for the Lotus CLP System Administration exams.

CLP Fast Track Summary

CLP Fast Track: Lotus Notes/Domino 5 System Administration by Tony Aveyard

CLP Fast Track: Lotus Notes/Domino 5 System Administration is marketed toward the many professionals who work daily with the Lotus Notes and Domino products and are familiar with their intricacies. These professionals are seeking their certification as a means to provide their knowledge, improve their earning power and build their career profile. The Fast Track series provides the best way for more-advanced candidates to learn how to pass the highly anticipated Lotus certification exam upgrades. Lotus has restricted the exam process so that all three required exams are geared directly toward skills that an administrator will need to use. Written in partnership with Lotus, New Riders' Fast Track title provide references directly to Lotus courseware. This allows them to be truly used in conjunction with instructor-lead courses.

About Tony Aveyard

Tony Aveyard lives in Cincinnati, Ohio, with his wife Kathi, daughter Marie, and son Garet. The other two family members are a dog, Tango, and Randi, an attack cat. He has been actively involved in the IT industry for twenty years and has been a Domino Administrator for the past five years. In real life he works for Entex in Mason, Ohio, as a Senior Intranet/Internet System Engineer, but his secret ambition in life is to be a full-time fiction writer. FPS computer games are a serious passion, and he thinks that Raven Software is the greatest computer game development company in the world.

Karen Fishwick is currently employed at Farlink Communications Ltd., a small consulting and services organization based in Ottawa, Canada. As a Principal CLP and CLI, Karen has been providing training and consulting services in the Notes/Domino arena for over five years. She has been involved in various administration and development initiatives for many Ottawa-based clients and has trained hundreds of students all across Canada. When she's not working, Karen enjoys spending time with her husband and her twin babies.

Jay Forlini started working with computers at IBM while finishing his business degree at Kennesaw State University in Georgia. He has been involved with Lotus Notes in some fashion for more than seven years. He began as a Level 1 instructor in 1993 and he often assisted with administration and development projects when he was not in the classroom. He has been certified as an administrator for versions R3, R4, and R5. He is also the lead author for Lotus Notes and Domino 4.5 Professional Reference, New Riders. For the past two years, he has been working with Equifax, Inc. as Director of Systems and Development. Karl Wabst is an independent consultant specializing in network computing. He has, over the last 11 years, worked with Notes & Domino, Windows NT, AIX, OS/2, and Novell as a network architect, administrator, and applications developer. During that time, Karl has participated in large-scale commercial projects with IBM, Lotus Consulting, Bell Labs, and AT&T. Karl has also worked on the architecture and administration of several large corporate Notes/Domino projects, including Hyundai Motor Corp. in South Korea, Wesley Jessen in the U.K., and SmithKline Beecham in PA.

After several years working on Wall Street in corporate finance, it became apparent that there was a great need for fast, accurate information flow between companies. As a result, Karl became involved with network computing as a NetWare & Notes administrator. Seeing the need for people with both technical and business acumen, Karl founded Eagle Mountain Computing, Inc. in 1997. Since then, he spends most of his time searching the Internet for new opportunities and turning those into real-life adventures.

This is Karl's third professional writing endeavor. He contributed to New Riders' recent Domino System Administration as well Que's Special Edition Using Lotus Notes 4. He currently resides in Fort Worth, TX. Karl can be reached at karl.wabst@att.net.

Table of Contents



Introduction.


Who Should Read This Book.


How This Book Helps You.


How To Use This Book.


What the Exams Cover.


Hardware and Software Recommended for Preparation.

1. WHAT'S IMPORTANT TO KNOW ABOUT THE EXAMS.

Section 1. Maintaining Domino R5 Servers and Users: Exam 520.
1. Monitoring, Maintaining, and Troubleshooting Domino Applications.

Working with Domino Databases. Working with Domino Agents. Monitoring, Maintaining, and Troubleshooting Calendaring and Scheduling. Working with Domino Log Files.

2. Monitoring, Maintaining, and Troubleshooting Domino Directories, Users, and Groups.

Localizing Address Books in Multi-Cultural Settings. Maintaining a Directory Configuration. Maintaining Groups. Maintaining Notes User IDs. Monitoring/Maintaining Users. Troubleshooting Directory Problems. Troubleshooting User Problems.

3. Monitoring, Maintaining, and Troubleshooting Domino Messaging and Replication.

Monitoring and Maintaining Replication. How to Force Replication. Replicating Design Changes. Resolving Replication and Save Conflicts. Troubleshooting Replication Problems. Monitoring and Maintaining Mail Routing. How to Force Mail Routing. Troubleshooting Mail Routing Problems. Migrating to Domino from Other Mail Systems.

4. Monitoring, Maintaining, and Troubleshooting Domino Servers.

Maintaining Domino Server IDs. Monitoring Server Resources. Monitoring Server Tasks. Monitoring/Maintaining Servers. Monitoring/Maintaining Web Services. Monitoring/Maintaining/Modifying Server Access Control. Reconfiguring/Remapping Directories and Links. Running Program Documents. Troubleshooting Administration Process Problems. Troubleshooting Cluster Problems. Troubleshooting Partition Problems. Troubleshooting Server Access Problems.

5. Monitoring, Maintaining, and Troubleshooting Domino Systems.

Maintenance of Domino Certifier IDs. Modification and Maintenance of Connectivity. Monitor Connectivity. Monitoring and Maintenance of Domain Access. Monitoring and Maintaining Domains. Monitoring and Maintenance of the Domino System. Components of Active System Monitoring. Configuring Active System Monitoring. Troubleshooting Domain Access Problems. Troubleshooting Network and Protocol Problems. Troubleshooting Modem Problems.

Section 2. Implementing a Domino R5 Infrastructure: Exam 521.
6. Creating/Registering System Resources.

Creating/Registering Certificates. Creating Groups. Creating/Registering Servers. Creating/Registering Users.

7. Installation.

Installing Servers. Installing Clients.

8. Setting Up Infrastructure, Servers, and Workstations.

Setting Up Infrastructure Domains. Setting Up Infrastructure Domino Named Networks. Setting Up Infrastructure Protocols/Ports. Setting Up Servers for Different Functions. Setting Up Servers for Load Balancing and Failover. Setting Up Servers for Web/Internet Connectivity. Setting Up Servers of Different Types. Running Programs Automatically. Setting Up Workstations for Different Clients. Setting Up Workstations for Different Locations.

9. Setting Up/Configuring Database Resources.

Setting Up/Configuring Directories (Domino, Catalog, Assistance). Setting Up/Configuring Calendaring and Scheduling. Setting Up/Configuring ID Backup and Recovery. Setting Up/Configuring License Tracking (Certlog). Setting Up/Configuring Transaction Logging.

10. Setting Up/Configuring Distribution and Monitoring.

Setting Up/Configuring Message Distribution Performance Enhancements (Multiple Routers, Multiple Mail.Box Files). Setting Up/Configuring Message Distribution Tracking. Setting Up/Configuring Message Distribution Using Force. Setting Up/Configuring Message Distribution Using Non-Notes/ Internet-Based Mail. Setting Up/Configuring Message Distribution Using Notes-Based Mail (Shared, Message-Based). Setting Up/Configuring Message Distribution Using Schedules. Setting Up/Configuring Messaging Distribution Using a Mixed Messaging System. Setting Up/Configuring Monitoring Administration Tools (Preferences, Logs, Web-Based, Remote). Setting Up/Configuring Monitoring Monitors (ACL, File, STAT, Probes). Setting Up/Configuring Monitoring Statistics (STATS). Setting Up/Configuring Replication Distribution Through Force. Setting Up/Configuring Replication Distribution Through Scheduling.

11. Setting Up/Configuring Domino Infrastructure Security.

Setting Up Authentication. Setting Up/Configuring Agent Access. Setting Up/Configuring Forms and Views Access. Setting Up/Configuring Document Access. Setting Up/Configuring File Security. Setting Up/Configuring Server Access. Setting Up/Configuring User Access. Setting Up/Configuring Security for the Domino Directory.

Section 3. Deploying Domino R5 Applications: Exam 522.
12. Database Architecture.

Deploy Applications Based on Backward Compatibility. Deploy Applications Based on Coding. Deploy Applications Based on Design Elements. Deploy Applications Based on Document Characteristics. Deploy HTML-Based Applications. Integrate with Host Data. Design Secure Applications.

13. Domino Infrastructure.

Capacity Plan Based on Application Size. Capacity Plan Based on Indexes. Capacity Plan Based on Performance. Capacity Plan Based on Server Size. Capacity Plan Based on Sorting, Categorizing. Deploy Applications Based on Access. Deploy Applications Based on Connectivity. Deploy Applications Based on Replication Fundamentals. Deploy Applications Based on Routing Fundamentals. Deploy Based on Impact of Replication on ACLs. Deploy Based on Impact of Routing on Remotes Users. Deploy Based on License Types. Deploy Based on Server's Involvement in Replication. Deploy for Web Integration. Deploy Server-Based Applications. Distribute Application Design Changes Based on Design. Distribute Application Design Changes Based on Impact on ACL. Distribute Application Design Changes. Distribute Application Design Changes Based on Replication. Secure Domino Applications Based on Notes Authentication. Secure Domino Applications Based on Web Authentication.

II. INSIDE EXAMS 520, 521, 522.

14. Insider's Spin.

Preparing for the Exam Content: Being as Prepared as Possible. Preparing for Exam Content: The Louts Vantage Point. The Timeframe of the Exam. Familiarize Yourself with All Available Resources. Booking and Sitting the Exam. A Few Last Thoughts.

15. Sample Test Questions: Exam 520.

Questions. Answers and Explanations.

16. Sample Test Questions: Exam 521.

Questions. Answers and Explanations.

17. Sample Test Questions: Exam 522.

Questions. Answers and Explanations.

Index.

Additional information

GOR005068339
9780735708785
0735708789
CLP Fast Track: Lotus Notes/Domino 5 System Administration by Tony Aveyard
Used - Good
Paperback
Pearson Education (US)
2000-06-22
480
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