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Lotus Notes 及 Domino CLP 8.5 認證課程

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課時: 42 小時
享用時期: 14 星期 (可於報讀日至 4 星期內觀看整個課程,另加 10 星期備用時期)。進度由您控制,可快可慢。
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  是 IBM 旗下重要軟件品牌,其軟件精通於訊息傳送(Messaging)、實時協作(Real-Time Collaboration)、 運作流程 (Workflow Processing)、 日程管理 (Scheduling) 及文件管理 (Document Management) 等等。
   
  為了能證明你有高等或進階的程度來管理IBM Lotus 的 Notes & Domino Server 8.5,自從 2012 年 1月起,IBM便推出兩張不同級數的國際認可認書:
 

進階: IBM Certified Advanced System Administrator - Lotus Notes and Domino (即 Principal CLP)

高等: IBM Certified System Administrator - Lotus Notes and Domino (即 Certified Lotus Professional CLP)

為提高持證人員的專業特性及技術水平,IBM 確切要求從 2012年 1月起 IBM Lotus Notes & Domino Server 8.5 專業試考生務必考取 CLP 高等認證!

 
本中心的 CLP 8.5 課程由擁有 Principal CLP 資格的 Larry Chan 籌備多時,精心編排。由上堂、溫習、實習、考試研習、做試題至最後考試,均為你度身訂造,作出有系統的編排。務求真正教識你,又令你考試及格。

海外的 Lotus CLP 8.5 培訓課程往往收費高昂 (約 USD 3,000,即約 $23,400 港元) 卻只提供 30 小時培訓,有見及此,為回饋社會,本中心現以實惠價 $4,780 開辦 42 小時 CLP 8.5 課程。

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Principal CLP


課程時數: 共 42 小時課堂 (共 14 堂)
適合人士: 對電腦網路安裝及使用有基本認識,有志投身 I.T. 界的人士,公司經理或資訊科技部門工程人員
授課語言: 以廣東話為主,輔以英語
課程筆記: 本中心導師親自編寫英文為主筆記,而部份英文字附有中文對照;再附送 IBM Lotus 8.5 管理員手冊作參考

1. Larry Chan (Principal CLP 最頂級資格) 親自教授: Larry 善於控制學習節奏,深入淺出,令學員在輕鬆氣氛下,掌握電腦技巧。
2. Larry Chan 親自編寫筆記: Larry 親自編寫筆記,絕對適合 CLP 8.5 考試及實際工作之用。
3. 提供模擬考試題目: 本中心為學員提供超過 100 條 CLP 8.5 的模擬考試題目,每條考試題目均附有標準答案。而較難理解的題目,均會附有 Larry 的解釋。
4. 理論與實習並重:

本中心的 CLP 8.5 課程為全港實習示範最齊全,42 小時內大部份時間以實習示範形式教授,令學員真正了解及掌握 Lotus Notes 及Domino Server 8.5 管理的基本及高級管理技巧。

課程安排由淺入深,即使從未接觸 Lotus Notes 及 Domino Server 的您也可以於本課程透徹明白 Lotus Notes 及 Domino Server 的運作原理及管理技術!

本課程實習示範途中將以多部Domino Server 8.5 及 Notes Client 8.5 作展示,使學員能真正感受企業系統的運作模式。

此外,本中心還會安排 Lotus Notes & Domino Server 8.5 試用版軟件,使學員可以安坐家中,按照本中心的筆記步驟來進行商用實習。
5. 考試合格保障:

本中心 CLP 8.5 學員於第一次考科目 C2040-925 若不合格,可申請半費重考科目 C2040-925 一次,但必須符合下列的四項要求:
1. 課堂出席率須達 85% 或以上。
2. 學員必須於本中心應考科目 C2040-925 考試。
3. 學員於第一次應考科目 C2040-925 考試前,必須進行本中心的科目 C2040-925試前測驗,並取得 90% 或以上的分數。
4. 於上課結束日之一個月內作出申請。
而科目 C2040-926 均如上述般的安排。

6. 免費重讀: 傳統課堂學員可於課程結束後三個月內免費重看課堂錄影。

從 2012 年1月起, 全球 IBM Lotus CLP 8.5 考生務必於下列2 個科目考取合格成績,方可獲 IBM 頒發 CLP 8.5 國際認可證書:

考試編號 科目名稱
C2040-925 Installing and Configuring IBM Lotus Notes and Domino 8.5
C2040-926 Managing and Maintaining IBM Lotus Notes and Domino 8.5 Environments



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C2040-925: Installing and Configuring IBM Lotus Notes and Domino 8.5 (27 hrs)

1. Introduction to Notes / Domino / Designer
1.1 Current Versions and Compatibility
1.2 What is Lotus Notes 8.5
1.3 Using Notes as Domino client
1.4 Functions of a Domino Server
1.5 About Domino Designer

2. Domino Directory Architecture
2.1 A Hierarchical naming structure
2.2 Components of a Hierarchical Name
2.3 Notes Named Network (NNN)
2.4 The NRPC Protocol Stack
2.5 The NPRC process of resolving names to protocol address

3. Deploying Domino Server
3.1 Platform Requirements
3.2 IP and Name Assignment
3.3 DNS Server Configuration
3.4 Installing First Domino Server

4. Using Domino Administrator
4.1 Initial Configuration
4.2 Domino Administrator Tabs

5. Building the Domino Directory Infrastructure
5.1 Registering Organization
5.2 Registering Organizational Unit (OU)
5.3 Registering Additional Domino Servers
5.3 (cont.) Registering Notes Users (People)

6. Deploying Multi-User Notes
6.1 Installing Multi-User Notes
6.2 First-time setup of Notes Client

7. Notes ID Recovery
7.1 Why do Administrators need ID Recovery?
7.2 How ID Recovery works
7.3 Adding Recovery Information into Certifier ID
7.4 Preparing users for ID Recovery
7.5 Recovering a user’s Notes ID file

8. Domino Database Storage and Process
8.1 To view Database files on Domino Server
8.2 Compacting a database file
8.3 Controlling Process
8.4 Console Security

9. Calendars and Scheduling
9.1 The Free Time database
9.2 Setting up the Resource Reservation database

10. Domino Web Administrator
10.1 To enable Domino Web Administrator
10.2 Accessing the Domino Web Administrator

11. Database Templates
11.1 Introduction to Database Templates
11.2 Creating Microsoft Office Document library
11.3 Using Database Links

12. Access Control
12.1 Understanding Security Layers
12.2 Using Groups
12.3 “Access Server” and “Not Access Server” field
12.4 Database Access Level and ACL
12.5 Administrative Server Roles

13. Notes Mail Routing
13.1 Install Additional Domino Server
13.2 Moving User Mail box
13.3 Archive Settings
13.4 Server Mail.Box
13.5 Connection Document
13.6 Topology Map

14. SMTP Mail Routing
14.1 Server Mail Rules
14.2 Configuring Domino to send and receive mail over SMTP
14.3 Testing Internet and DNS configuration
14.4 The Global Domain Document
14.5 The SMTP Listener task
14.6 Setting up SMTP routing within the local Internet domain
14.7 Setting up SMTP routing to external Internet domain
14.8 Configuring Domino to send mail to a relay host (Smarthost)
14.9 How inbound anti-relay settings control message transfer to external Internet Domains
14.10 The SMTP Listener task
14.11 The SMTP Listener task

15. Domino Web Server
15.1 Setting up Basic Domino Web Server using Server Document
15.2 Setting up Domino Web Server using Internet Site Document

16. Domino Web Access Lite (DWA/iNotes)
16.1 Introducing Domino Web Access Lite
16.2 Registering Domain Web Access users
16.3 Authentication level of Internet Name and Password
16.4 Providing Logon to Domino Web Access users
16.5 Restricting Access by Client IP address
16.7 Upgrading Notes Mail users to have Domino Web Access
16.8 Using Domino Web Access Redirect

17. Integrating Domino and DB2
17.1 Understanding Domino and DB2
17.2 Enabling Transactional Logging on Domino Server
17.3 Installing and Configuring DB2 server
17.4 Installing and Configuring DB2 client for Domino
17.5 Enabling the Domino Server to communicate with the DB2 server
17.6 Enabling the DB2 Access Server for Domino

18. Addressing Mail
18.1 Addressing Modes
18.2 Using Local Address Book
18.3 Using LDAP

19. Mobile Directory Catalog
19.1 Two types of Directory Catalog
19.2 More about Condensed Directory Catalog and its benefits
19.3 Deploying Mobile Directory Catalog

20. Extended Directory Catalog
20.1 Extended Directory Catalog and Client authentication
20.2 Planning issues specific to Extended Directory Catalogs
20.3 Setting up an Extended Directory Catalog

21. Directory Assistance
21.1 Introduction to Directory Assistance
21.2 How Directory Assistance works
21.3 Installing a Messaging Server with Configuration Directory
21.4 Replicating the Extended Directory Catalog
21.5 Creating the Directory Assistance database
21.6 Creating a Directory Assistance document for Remote Primary Domino Directory
21.7 Creating a Directory Assistance document for an Extended Directory Catalog
21.8 Setting up server to use a Directory Assistance database
21.9 The DIRLINT task
21.10 Creating a Directory Assistance document for a remote LDAP directory

22. Roaming User
22.1 Reasons for letting users to roam
22.2 Registering Roaming Users
22.3 Changing a non-roaming user to roaming

23. Full-Text Indexes
23.1 Introduction to Full-Text Indexes for Single Database
23.2 Database Full-Text indexes and replication
23.3 Database Full-Text indexes and Domain Index
23.4 Creating full-text indexes for single database
23.5 Updating full-text indexes for all database
23.6 Security and full-text indexes for single databases

24. Domain Search & Domain Catalog
24.1 About Domain Search
24.2 Domain Search and single-database full-text search
24.3 Planning the Domain Index
24.4 Creating the Domain Catalog
24.5 Selecting which databases to be included in the Domain Index
24.6 Creating the Domain Index
24.7 Setting up Notes users for Domain Search
24.8 Server Configuration for Domain Search

25. Performance Tuning of Domino network
25.1 Tuning up indexing performance
25.2 Tuning up Network performance
25.3 Tuning up NSF Database performance

26. Transaction Log
26.1 Introduction to Transaction Log in Domino R6&7 ODS43 data structure
26.2 Usage of a Transaction Log
26.3 How Transaction logging works
26.4 How changes are made to the database
26.5 Transaction Logging & Database Instance ID (DBIID)
26.6 Truncating Transaction Logs
26.8 Performance of Recovering from Transaction Logs v.s. Runtime Performance
26.9 Disabling transaction logging for a specific database

27. Activity Logging
27.1 System Baseline Activity v.s. User Activity
27.2 System Baseline Activity v.s. User Activity (cont.)
27.3 Setting up Activity Logging

28. Activity Trends
28.1 Introducing Activity Trends in Domino Server
28.2 Enabling Activity Trends
28.3 Reviewing Activity Trends Statistics
28.4 Decommissioning a server

29. Certification Log
29.1 More details about Certification Log (CERTLOG.NSF)

30. Monitoring Configuration
30.1 Monitoring Configuration Database EVENTS4.NSF
30.2 Events Generators Document
30.3 Creating a Database Event Generator
30.4 Event Handler Document
30.5 Creating a Custom Event Handler

31. Resource Balancing
31.1 About Resource Balancing
31.2 Creating Resource Balancing Plan in Activity Trend
31.3 Understanding Resource Balancing Plan
31.4 Submitting a Resource Balancing Plan
31.5 Required Server Access
31.6 Domino Change Control

32. Fault Recovery
32.1 Introducing Fault Recovery
32.2 Enabling Fault Recovery in a non-clustered Domino Server
32.3 Possible Problems which lead to Server Crash and Solutions
32.4 Mail-in database
32.5 Fault Reports database

33. Domino Domain Monitoring (DDM)
33.1 Introduction to Domino Domain Monitoring
33.2 Major Components of DDM
33.3 An exercise to monitor all Directory Servers in the domain
33.4 About Web Probes
33.5 About Operating System Probes
33.6 About Application Code Probes

34. Extended Access Control
34.1 About Extended Access Control List (ACL)
34.2 Components of an Extended ACL
34.3 Enabling Extended Access
34.4 Assigning Extended Administrator Server

35. Mail Services
35.1 Server Mail Rules
35.2 The SMTP Listener task
35.3 How inbound anti-relay settings control message transfer to external Internet Domains
35.4 Fighting UCE by various whitelists and blacklists
35.5 Setup SMTP Authentication by Internet Passwords
35.6 Converting TNEF file attachments to Notes file attachments
35.7 Topology Map
35.8 Message Tracking
35.9 Message Recall
35.10 Message Journaling
35.11 Mail Policy Settings

C2040-926 Managing and Maintaining IBM Lotus Notes and Domino 8.5 Environments (15 hrs)

1. Domino Clustering
1.1 Cluster Benefits and requirements
1.2 Principals of Domino Clustering
1.3 Setting up a Domino Cluster
1.4 Setting up mail in a cluster
1.5 Restricting Cluster Replication Traffic
1.6 Improving server availability in a cluster

2. Domino server-based Certification Authority
2.1 Functions of the CA Process
2.2 Migrating Certifiers to CA Process

3. SSL Implementation
3.1 Explaining SSL
3.2 Registering new Internet Certifier to the CA Process
3.3 Creating the Certificate Requests database
3.4 Creating a Key-ring file and Server Certificate Requests
3.5 To Approve, Sign and Issue a server certificate
3.6 Configure the HTTP task to use key-ring file for SSL
3.8 Requesting Client Certificate Manually
3.10 Issuing Internet certificates in a Person document
3.11 Encryption Strength and Configuring AES encryption for an ID file
3.12 Implementing Certificate-Based Authentication
3.13 Configure Key Rollover
3.14 Issued Certificate List (ICL)
3.15 Certificate Revocation List (CRL)

4. Server Controller
4.1 Describing the Server Controller
4.2 Starting the Server Controller
4.3 Starting a Domino Console, and connecting to a Server Controller
4.4 Sending Commands from the Domino Administrator Console

5. Smart Upgrade
5.1 Introducing Smart Upgrade
5.2 Creating Lotus Notes Smart Upgrade database
5.3 Adding update kits to the Lotus Notes Smart Upgrade database
5.4 Creating Smart Upgrade database link
5.5 Desktop Settings Policy and Smart Upgrade Tracking Reports database
5.6 Smart Upgrade Cache Status & Statistics
5.7 Using Smart Upgrade Governor

6. Client AutoSave feature
6.1 Describing Client AutoSave feature
6.2 Enable the “Allow AutoSave” option in Form Design
6.3 Enable the “AutoSave” feature in Notes Clients
6.4 Recovering documents saved by the AutoSave feature
6.5 Calendar Cleanup
6.6 Out of Office
6.7 Delegating Mail, Calendar, To Do and Contact List

7. Administration ECL
7.1 Recalling Workstation ECL
7.2 Customizing the Administration ECL
7.3 Using <ECLOwner>

8. Agent Automation
8.1 Introducing Agents
8.2 Creating an Agent in a database
8.3 Testing the Agent
8.4 Configuring the Agent Manager Task
8.5 Agent Security assignment
8.6 Notes Client Out-of-Office agent

9. Shared Mail storage
9.1 Shared Mail overview
9.2 How Shared mail works
9.3 Enabling Shared Mail
9.4 Directory Link

10. Domino Attachment and Object Service
10.1 Introduction to Attachment Consolidation
10.2 DAOS Benefits
10.3 Configuring Domino Server for attachment consolidation
10.4 Configuring Notes Database to use DAOS for storing attachments
10.5 Managing the attachment storage repository (Optional Knowledge)

11. POP3/IMAP Services
11.1 Introducing the POP3 protocol
11.2 Authenticating with the POP3 server
11.3 Enabling the POP3 Service port by Internet Site Document
11.4 Creating Person document and Mail file for a POP3 only user
11.5 Introducing the IMAP protocol
11.6 How Domino modifies mail files to support IMAP
11.7 Configure Router task to write IMAP attributes to IMAP-enabled database
11.8 Creating an IMAP Internet Site document

12. Cross Certificates
12.1 Notes Cross Certificates
12.2 Registering Users in another organization
12.3 Creating Cross Certificates in Domino Directory
12.4 Creating Cross Certificates in Notes Client
12.5 Possible IDs for Cross Certification
12.6 Creating Cross Certificate from Person Document

13. Managing Notes ID
13.1 Recertifying a user ID
13.2 Moving a user name in the name hierarchy
13.3 Certifier documents required for the move

14. Domino Offline Services (DOLS)
14.1 Overview of DOLS
14.2 DOLS Administrator Tasks
14.3 How DOLS works
14.4 Creating a DOLS Offline Security Policy document
14.5 Setting up DOLS on a server
14.6 Configuring DOLS Subscriptions
14.7 Installing Domino Sync Manager and subscriptions
14.8 Setting up the Domino Web server log (DOMLOG.NSF)



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