IBM Lotus Notes Domino 8 System Administration Fundamentals
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user name that creates the original DB2 database must
be a member of which of the following groups?
2: Which of the following is enabled by installing
the DB2 Access server?
B. DB2 group locking
C. ACLs and reader lists
D. DB2 container storage
3: It was decided to locate the DB2 server
on the same physical box as the Lotus Domino server.
In this scenario, the DB2 database that stores Domino
data is titled which of the following?
4: Troy, the Domino administrator, needs to
update the Lotus Notes Standard 8.x users with a Lotus
Notes maintenance release and a new shelf application.
Which of the following is needed to perform this update?
A. Smart Update
C. Site Upgrade and Lotus Links
D. Smart Upgrade and Siteupdate.nsf
5: A Domino domain is a group of Domino servers
that share the same which of the following?
A. Physical LAN
B. Domino Directory
C. Network Protocol
D. Organization certifier
6: Marshall has noticed that there are large
amounts of conversion taking place on messages on
the server. He wishes to reduce the amount of MIME
to CD conversion. Where would he find the setting
to adjust the format used to store a message in the
A. The mail server document
B. The user's Person document
C. The Global Domain docuement
D. The SMTP configuration document
7: Nedra wishes to override all connection
documents and scheduling for mail routing and send
mail from one server to another immediately. Which
of the following is the command she should enter on
the server console?
A. Mail servername
B. Route servername
C. Tell Router Show
D. Tell Router send servername
8: Where does Domino query to determine what
addresses are part of the local Intenet domain for
A. The server document
B. The Global Domain document
C. The SMTP connection document
D. The Foreign SMTP domain document