Domino Server Security – There are 10 Things You Need to Know

In the past I have rolled my eyes at top 10 lists. Then, about a year ago I became enthralled with the “Hamilton” soundtrack. Composer Lin Manual Miranda conveys the concept of duels in “Ten Duel Commandments”, listing the 10 rules of engagement. Towards the end of the musical, the 10 list is reprised in The “World Was Wide Enough,” Read More

Managing Access Control Lists to Improve Domino Security

An Access Control List is the front door of a Domino database.  It controls whether access to the database is allowed or denied.  After a user or server is able to access the database the Access Control List further dictates what actions may be taken, i.e. the ability to read particular documents, create documents, modify documents, tweak the database design and Read More

Domino Replication Troubleshooting Tip

The other day I had a client request assistance with determining why mail file data was not replicating between cluster members. We started by reviewing the usual suspects – ACL enforcement, replication disabled, and log file data. In the end we discovered the problem was due to the deletion stub purge interval being a 0 value and PIRC being enabled. Read More