Lotus Notes Domino 7 System Administration Update

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Objective : Install and Configure
SubObjective : Configuring Automatic Diagnostic Collection

 

1) Which statement best describes the purpose of the Automatic Diagnostic Collection Tool?

 

 

  1. This tool collects diagnostic data from both server and client crashes
  2. This tool collects diagnostic data from server crashes only
  3. This tool collects diagnostic data from client crashes only
  4. This tool collects diagnostic data for several of the Domino Domain Monitoring probe types

 

Cllick here for answer #1

 

SubObjective : Configuring AutoSave features

 

2) David Jones has enabled AutoSave on his Notes client. What will the filename of his AutoSave database be on his local machine?

 

 

  1. autosave.nsf
  2. autosave.ntf
  3. The name of his mail file, prefixed by “as_” (as_djones.nsf)
  4. The name of his mail file, prefixed by “autosave_” (autosave_djones.nsf)

 

Cllick here for answer #2

 

Objective : Manage and Maintain
SubObjective : Troubleshooting AutoSave functionality

 

3) After a power loss, Elliot has restarted Notes and is presented with the attempting to recover a document that was AutoSaved message. Before restarting his Notes client, this document was modified in the database on the server by a scheduled agent. What will happen when he attempts to recover this document from the AutoSave database?

 

 

  1. The Notes client will inform him that the original document has been modified, and he will be given the option to overwrite or keep the new document.
  2. Since the original document was modified in the database, this document will not be available for recovery from the “Recover Unsaved Documents” dialog box.
  3. When this document is selected for recovery from the “Recover Unsaved Documents” dialog box, it will automatically replace the original document that was modified by the agent.
  4. When this document is selected for recovery from the “Recover Unsaved Documents” dialog box, it will automatically be saved as a response document to the original document that was modified by the agent, and marked as a “Replication or Save Conflict”.

 

Cllick here for answer #3

 

SubObjective: Using messaging and calendaring enhancements

 

4) Mike, a Notes client user, has created the following rules in his mailbox database:

WHEN Subject contains Timesheet THEN copy to folder Timesheets AND Stop Processing further Rules

WHEN Subject contains Timesheet Correction THEN copy to folder Timesheet Corrections

When Mike receives a mail message with the phrase “Timesheet Corrections” in the Subject field, what will happen?

 

 

  1. The message will be copied to the folders “Timesheets” and “Timesheet Corrections”
  2. The message will only be copied to the folder “Timesheets” and no further rules will be processed
  3. The message will only be copied to the folder “Timesheet Corrections” and no further rules will be processed
  4. The message will not be copied to either folder, since the “Stop Processing” condition exists in the mailbox rules.

 

Cllick here for answer #4

 

Objective : Manage non-Notes and Notes clients
SubObjective : Using Notes client interface enhancements

 

5) Jeremy is setting up a user in his organization as a roaming user. He wants the roaming user upgrade to take place on the Notes client without the user being prompted for the upgrade. How would he accomplish this?

 

 

  1. This is not possible. Users must always be prompted to accept a roaming user upgrade before the upgrade can take place.
  2. In the Roaming tab of the Person document for this user, choose “Prompt user for clean-up” in the “Clean-up setting” field.
  3. In the Domino Administrator client, select the user and choose “People > Roaming…” in the Tools pane. In the Assign Roaming Profiles dialog box, disable the setting “User should be prompted” in the Client upgrade option section.
  4. In the Domino Administrator client, select the user and choose “People > Roaming…” in the Tools pane. In the Assign Roaming Profiles dialog box, select “Do not prompt user” as the Client clean-up option.

 

Cllick here for answer #5

 

These questions are derived from the Self-Test Software Practice Test for Exam #702: IBM Lotus Notes Domino 7 System Administration Update

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