Install and Configure

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Objective : Install and Configure
SubObjective : Configuring AutoSave features

 

Single Answer Multiple Choice

 

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)

 

Answer:
C. The name of his mail file, prefixed by “as_” (as_djones.nsf)

Tutorial:
The AutoSave database is created automatically in the Notes Data directory (the default location) on the local machine of the Notes client user. Since some multi-user workstations use the same directory for all Notes client users that use the workstation, the filename of an AutoSave database must be unique for each user. The file naming scheme that Notes uses to generate the unique filenames for a new AutoSave database is to use the current user’s mail filename with a prefix of “as_”. For example, for a Notes client user named “David Jones”, the mail filename might be “djones.nsf”. Therefore, the AutoSave database for this user would be “as_djones.nsf”. If the derived filename is not unique, a sequential number is appended to the filename to ensure uniqueness (“as_djones1.nsf”, “as_djones2.nsf”, etc.).

The AutoSave database, which uses the design of the AutoSave.NTF template, is encrypted using medium encryption.

 

Reference:
Lotus Notes 7 Help – search on: Creating and saving documentsDomino Designer 7 Help – search on: Autosaving Notes documents

 

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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