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Test information:
Number of questions: 73
Time allowed in minutes: 90
Required passing score: 72%
Languages: English, Japanese

Exam 926: Managing and Maintaining IBM Lotus Notes and Domino 8.5 Environments

Description: Covers Lotus Notes Domino 8.5 material as it relates to these competency areas:
Defining and Managing Policies
Install and Configure
Mail
Manage and Maintain
Managing Servers
Platform Support
Security

Defining and Managing Policies
Configuring client policies
Desktop policy
Implementing Policy controls on signed code
Utilizing the How To Apply policy setting

Install and Configure
Backing up DAOS
Binding ports and Internet Services
Building and viewing Replication Topologies
Configuring Automatic Diagnostic Collection
for clients
for servers
Configuring Domain Searching
Configuring Domino Domain Monitoring (DDM)
collection hierarchy
probes
Configuring Domino services
Configuring Event Handler Notifications
Configuring Lotus iNotes
Configuring Ports
Configuring Server Fast Restart
Configuring Smart Upgrade
kits
server failover
Smart Upgrade Governor
Tracking Reports
Configuring the Domino Console and binder
Configuring the Fault Analyzer
Configuring the Server Health Monitor
Creating a desktop locking policy
Creating an ID Vault
Creating Internet Site Documents
Creating Policies
Deploying a centrally managed Widget Catalog
Deploying Lotus Symphony to users
Employing Configuration Tuner for DAOS
Employing DAOS estimator
Employing Transaction Logging for DAOS
Implement database design compression
Implement database on demand collations
Implement database redirection
Implement new agent manager features
Implement Sametime for Lotus iNotes
Implementing Domino Attachment and Object Service (DAOS)
Implementing Domino Configuration Tuner
Implementing Domino Roaming for Standard Clients
Implementing Early Authentication
Registration
Domains
Servers
Users
Understand Domino Domain Monitoring (DDM)
event classes
probe types
Understand the Server Health Monitor
Understanding Installation Package Options
Understanding Server Installation Order (platform independent)
Understanding the Certification Log
Understanding the client Update Manager
Understanding the differences between the Standard and Basic Notes clients
Understanding Websphere Portal integration enhancements
Utilizing Response Files for Server Installations
Utilizing the client install manifest
Utilizing the client reconfiguration wizard

Mail
Configure DNS whitelists on the Domino server
Configure private blacklists on the Domino server
Configure private whitelists on the Notes client
Configure public blacklists on the Domino server
Configure public whitelists on the Domino server
Configuring Calendar Cleanup in the Notes client
Configuring connection error limits
Configuring mail delivery delay reports
Configuring Mail Tracking
Configuring Server Based Mail Rules
Creating Mail Topologies
Enable/Disable message disclaimers from Domino server
Enabling TNEF conversion
Implementing Mail Services
IMAP
iNotes
POP3
Issuing server commands
Stopping the processing of mail rules
Understanding ambiguous name rejections
Understanding Mail Threads
Understanding new Out of Office service types
Working with Recent Contacts utilization/management

Manage and Maintain
Analyzing Activity Trends
Analyzing Server crash files
Changing Port Configurations
Configuring Critical Request scheduling
Configuring Domino Domain Monitoring (DDM) probe schedules
Configuring Server Auxiliary Ports
Implementing Console Log Mirroring
Implementing Image Compression
Implementing Lotus Traveler Policies
Integrating Domino and IBM CommonStore Archive Services
Integrating Domino and the Tivoli Enterprise Console
Manage files and disk space
Managing Groups
Managing roaming users
Managing user desktops
Monitor server status
Releasing locked out users
Setting administrative preferences
Troubleshooting message disclaimers from Domino server
Understand Support for LDAP Attributes
Understanding Advanced Domino Server Tasks
Understanding Directory Services
Extended Directory Catalogs
Search Orders
Understanding Router Optimizations
Understanding Web Style Query
Using iNotes contacts synchronization
Using the Room and Resource Manager
Utilize admin process statistics
Utilizing Administration Process statistics
Utilizing Adminp Requests
Utilizing Automated Client Version Reporting
Utilizing Domino Attachment and Object Service (DAOS)
Utilizing Domino Configuration Tuner
Utilizing Domino server commands
Utilizing Notes Dynamic Client Configuration
Utilizing Save Window State
Utilizing Server Console Commands
Utilizing server serviceability enhancements
Utilizing Smart Upgrade Tracking Reports
Utilizing stronger encryption capabilities
Utilizing the Domino Administrator client
Utilizing the Widget Catalog
Utilizing Web Administration server bookmarks
Viewing server configuration documents
Web administration

Managing Servers
Configuring new Domino Domain Monitoring options
Implementing Domino Domain Monitoring probes
Understanding Domino Directory enhancements
Understanding streaming replication features
Utilizing Administration Process (Adminp) features

Platform Support
Defining Domino attributes
Program Documents
Replication
Server Documents
Server Tasks
Identify Lotus Domino databases

Security
Certificate Authority
Configuring
Creating the Database
Maintaining
Configuring Administrator Access rights
Configuring cross certification
Configuring ID file encryption
Configuring ID Recovery
Configuring key rollover
Configuring SSL on a server
Configuring the Access Control List (ACL)
Enforce a Consistent Access Control List
Maximum Internet name-and-password
Configuring the Certificate Authority (CA)
Configuring the Execution Control List (ECL)
Controlling Server Access
Deploying xPages Security
Employing mixed key environments
Encrypting network traffic
Implementing Internet password locking
Implementing LTPAToken2 for single sign-on
Implementing stronger key strengths
Implementing the ID Vault
Integrating Websphere and Domino with tokens
Managing encryption key lengths
Managing Shared Login
Managing the ID Vault
Managing XPages Security
Password Recovery
Restricting Server Access
Understanding changes in database encryption levels
Understanding new Java Security standards
Understanding public and private keys
Understanding the Execution Control List (ECL)
Using CA with the ID vault
Using the ID Vault
Utilizing the Access Control List (ACL) log
Utilizing the Certificate Authority (CA)
Certificate Revocation List (CRL)
Issued Certificate Lists (ICL)


QUESTION 1
Domino Domain Monitoring (DDM) allows for a central server to collect information from other
servers. What are servers called that the central server collects from?

A. Probe servers
B. Node servers
C. Event Servers
D. Collection servers

Answer: B

Explanation:


QUESTION 2
Lotus Notes Traveler server maintains a database with information pertaining to the cluster
replicas of the mail files which are being synchronized with a Lotus Notes Traveler client. The file
name of this database is which of the following?

A. travcldir.nsf
B. mduserdir.nsf
C. ntsclcache.nsf
D. lntravcache.ndk

Answer: C

Explanation:


QUESTION 3
Charlie is preparing an upgrade of the Notes clients and is testing the Smart Upgrade Tracking
feature. When he tries to manually initiate a Smart Upgrade he receives the error “File Does Not
Exist”. What could be the cause of this error?

A. A Desktop Policy is not configured
B. The id file is missing from the person document
C. The Smart Upgrade Tracking database is not named “Smart Upgrade Tracking”
D. The Smart Upgrade Tracking database name is incorrect in the Desktop Policy

Answer: D

Explanation:


QUESTION 4
Carl, the Domino administrator, wishes to migrate users to dynamic policies in his Domino
environment. Which of the following will occur when he completes this task?

A. Groups with each policy name are create and users are assigned to the new group policies
B. Users are added to policy documents and applied policies are removed from their person
document
C. Policies are added to the necessary person documents and document links are assigned to the
policy documents
D. Policies are removed from the users entirely until they reauthenticate and the new dynamic
policies are applied

Answer: B

Explanation:


QUESTION 5
After DAOS is enabled and functioning on your Domino server, which of the following occurs when
a recipient opens a document with an attachment that is in the DAOS repository?

A. Attachment icons display with a link icon over the attachment icon
B. Attachment icons display a doclink to the attachment stored in DAOS
C. Attachment icons display the same as it would on a server without DAOS enabled
D. Attachment icons do not show and they are replaced with text that describes the attachment
and is linked to the attachment

Answer: C

Explanation:

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