Notes Domino 6 System Administration Operating Fundamentals
Exam Questions, Answers, Braindumps (190-620)
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Chris wishes to secure the Domino server console by
setting a password. Which one of the following commands
could he execute on the console to accomplish this,
assuming the password he wishes to use is APPLE?
A. Secure Console "APPLE"
B. Secure Password APPLE
C. Load Secure APPLE
D. Set Secure APPLE
The administrator can secure the Domino server console
by using the following command at the console: SET
SECURE APPLE The console has now been password-protected
using APPLE as the password. The servers console can
no longer be used for such common tasks as issuing
the following server console commands: Load, Tell,
Exit, Quit, and Set Configuration. To disable console
security, you must clear the current password by entering
a second SET SECURE command with the same password.
Jacob, the Domino administrator, wants to manage the
setup policies assigned to each user. Which one of
the following documents could he view to find this
A. The user's Person document in the Domino Directory
B. Desktop Setup Policy document
C. Policy Member document
D. Domino Server Setup document
A list of setup profiles for each user is available
on the Administration tab of a user's Person document
under "Policy Management"
Which of the following is true of a partitioned server
A. Partitioned servers share the same Administration
Request database [ADMIN4.NSF]
B. Partitioned servers share the same Domino program
C. Partitioned servers share the same notes.ini file
D. Partitioned severs share the same Domino data directory
Domino server partitioning lets you run multiple Domino
servers on a single computer. Using partitioned servers
reduces hardware expenses and minimizes the number
of computers that you have to administer. Each partitioned
server has its own Domino data directory and NOTES.INI
file, but all partitioned servers share the same Domino
Jimmy has created a Lotus Script agent that is run
from inside a Domino Web application. The agent needs
to update multiple documents in a database. What can
the Domino administrator do to ensure the Lotus Script
agent can run properly?
A. Allow the server to run as background agent in
the agent manager section of the Server documents
B. Add the group "Web User" to the ACL as
author, then force the user to authenticate when accessing
C. Add database replica ID to the ACL as editors
D. Sign the agent using Server ID, then add server
to ACL as editor
The administrator can sign database elements, such
as Lotus Script agents, with an ID file that has access
and the necessary rights to create, update, or delete
documents in multiple databases.
Which of the following is not true about Program documents?
A. They can be used to run an OS/2 command file
B. They can be used to run an UNIX shell script or
C. They are stored in the Admin4.NSF file
D. They can be used to run task on a server at a regularly
scheduled time or at server startup
Program documents are stored in the Domino Directory
and can be used to: Run tasks on a server at a regularly
scheduled time or at server startup Run an OS/2 command
file Run an UNIX shell script or program
What is the maximum number of Domino servers that
can be members of a cluster?
A Domino cluster can contain two to six servers.
Which one of the following is not true of the certifier
ID file [CERT.ID] for the organization?
A. The CERT.ID can not be moved from its original
B. The CERT.ID is used to certify servers
C. The CERT.ID is used to certify users.
D. The CERT.ID is typically located in the C:\LOTUS\DOMINO\DATA
The CERT.ID is typically located in the C:\LOTUS\DOMINO\DATA
directory and is used to certify servers and users.
It can be moved from its original location.
Which of the following is not stored in the Issued
Certificate List [ICL]?
A. A copy of each unexpired certificate that it has
B. Certificate revocation lists
C. CA Configuration documents
D. History of modifications to the CA Configuration
Issued Certificate List (ICL)
Each certifier has an Issued Certificate List (ICL)
that is created when the certifier is created or migrated
to the CA process. The ICL is a database that stores
a copy of each unexpired certificate that it has issued,
certificate revocation lists, and CA configuration
documents. Configuration documents are generated when
you create the certifier and sign it with the certifier's
public key. After you create these documents, you
cannot edit them. CA Configuration documents include:
Certificate profiles, which contain information about
certificates issued by the certifier. CA Configuration
document, which contains information about the certifier
RA/CA association documents, which contain information
about the RAs who are authorized to approve and deny
certificate requests. There is one document for each
RA. ID file storage document, which contains information
about the certifier ID.
Wendy needs to change some settings on a Security
Settings Policy document. Which one of the following
roles does she need to be able to modify the Security
Settings policy documents?
A. Policy Editor role
B. Policy Creator role
C. Policy Modifier role
D. Policy author role
There are two ACL roles associated with policies.
They are the Policy Creator role and the Policy Modifier
role. The Policy Creator role is required to be able
to create a policy document. The Policy Modifier role
is required to modify a Policy document.
Jerry, a Notes & Domino 6 user, has locked a document
so others can't edit it. However, Jerry is on vacation
and others need to edit the document. Which level
of access is required to be able to unlock Jerry's
Document locks prevent any users from editing the
document, including those with Manager access to the
database. However, a user with manager access to a
database can unlock a locked document.
Rob would like to capture the list of all tasks running
on the Domino server to a text file. Which of the
following server console commands does he issue?
B. SHOW TASKS >C:\TASKS.TXT
C. SHOW ALL <C:\TASKS.TXT
D. TELL SHOW TASK PRINT > C:\TASKS.TXT
Not only can you issue several console commands via
a batch file but you can capture the results or output
of the server commands to a file. To accomplish this
you would type the server command and on the same
line, enter a space and a > followed by the filename.
For example to issue a SHOW TASKS command and capture
the output to a file named TASKS.TXT you would issue
SHOW TASKS >TASKS.TXT
The TASKS.TXT will be created in the Domino server's
data directory. If this is not acceptable, you can
provide a full path to have the file created elsewhere.