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Old 01-24-2008, 10:07 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I would like the following clarification on the domino checlist.

1.Why do we need to install a domino server on the machine dedicated for BES?
2.Why do we need a client installed?
3.Verify that the Notes.ini file has read/write permission.Verify that the Notes.ini file does not include the full path information for the SERVERKEYFILENAME value. You require only the name of the server-id-
What do these permissions do?
4.Verify that the IBM Lotus Domino server is a member of the LocalDomainServers group.
This is the Blackberry server correct?

Any input will be very helpful to me.

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Old 01-24-2008, 03:26 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I would like the following clarification on the domino checlist.

1.Why do we need to install a domino server on the machine dedicated for BES?

2.Why do we need a client installed?

3.Verify that the Notes.ini file has read/write permission.Verify that the Notes.ini file does not include the full path information for the SERVERKEYFILENAME value. You require only the name of the server-id-
What do these permissions do?

4.Verify that the IBM Lotus Domino server is a member of the LocalDomainServers group.
This is the Blackberry server correct?

Any input will be very helpful to me.

Thank you
1:Bes is a domino task so you need a domino server to run it.

2:You dont, theres a client installed when you install the server but you dont need it

3:read/write permissions on the notes.ini file = ok. Never heard of the serveykeyfilename thing

4: Yes since the server will need access to state db's created by the server

Follow the install guide, you should be ok
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Old 01-24-2008, 03:30 PM   #3 (permalink)
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#4 also for BES has access to all the mail files.
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Also, adding the BES to the LocalDomainServers group makes it accessible both ways --for the mail server and bes to communicate. This also applies for cluster servers, etc. All servers should be a part of the Localdomainservers group.
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