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Lotus Foundations 1.1: Administration Guide

lotus® Foundations StartVersion 1.1 Release 1Administration Guide


lotus® Foundations StartVersion 1.1 Release 1Administration Guide


NoteBefore using this information and the product it supports, read the information under “Notices” on page 199. This edition applies to version 1.1, Release 1, from IBM lotusFoundations (Product number 5724-V16) and all subsequent releases and revisions unless otherwise stated in the new editions. This publication is a translation of the IBM manual lotusFoundations Branch Office version 1.1, Administration Guide, published by International Business Machines Corporation, USA © Copyright International Business Machines Corporation 2009 © Copyright IBM Deutschland GmbH 2009 Information that only applies to certain countries and does not apply to Germany, Austria and Switzerland has been reproduced in the original text in this publication It is possible that not all products listed in this translation are announced and available in Germany; we recommend that you contact the responsible IBM office before making a decision. The right to change the text is reserved. Published by: SW TSC GermanyKst. 2877 March 2009


Table of ContentslotusFoundations beginAdministration Guide . . . . . . . 1. Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1Installation of lotusFoundations on onelotusFoundations-Device . . . . . . . . . . 1 Establish Internet connection - Ethernet ports 1 and 2. . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Connect external dial-up modem. . . . . . 2first installation of lotusFoundations on the hardware of other providers. . . . . . . . . . . 2 Establish a connection with WebConfig. . . . . . 3What is WebConfig? . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Security in WebConfig. . . . . . . . . 3 Configure TCP / IP. . . . . . . . . . 4 Create an administrator account. . . . . . . 6 Software activation key. . . . . . . 7 System status indicator. . . . . . . . . . . 9 Comments (field). . . . . . . . . . 15 System status details. . . . . . . . . 15thlotusFoundations Install the start add-on. . . 16lotusFoundations Start - introduction. . . . 16lotusFoundations Start install. . . . . 16ECL alarms. . . . . . . . . . . . . 17thlotusFoundations configure. . . . . . . 18 Continue configuration. . . . . . . . . 18 Configuring general network settings. . . 19 Configure advanced DHCP settings. . 20 Configure advanced network settings. . . 21 power units. . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Network routes. . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Network Configuration Scenarios. . . . . . . . 25 Configuring the Internet Connection. . . . . . 27 User Licenses. . . . . . . . . . . . 30 User License Requirements. . . . 30 License Information. . . . . . . . . . 30DoubleVision. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32What is DoubleVision? . . . . . . . . . . 32 Purpose of DoubleVision. . . . . . . . . 32 Modem connections. . . . . . . . . . 33 How Internet Failover and DoubleVision work. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34User and team management. . . . . . . 36Service integration. . . . . . . . . . . 36 User accounts. . . . . . . . . . . 37 Changing e-mail settings for users. . . 42 team accounts. . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Password Policy. . . . . . . . . . . 45 File Services. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46File Sharing Services. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Configuring file services. . . . . . . . 46 Active server connections. . . . . . . . 48 Access Control Lists. . . . . . . . . 48 Defining permissions in Windows. . . . 50 disk quotas. . . . . . . . . . 50 Set default values ​​for disk quotas. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 Set disk quotas for individual users. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Limits for disk quotas. . . . 52NT Domain Services. . . . . . . . . . . 52lotusFoundations-Configure domain settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 What is a domain controller? . . . . . . 53 Configuring the domain controller. . . . . . 53 What is a Windows NT Domain Member? . . 54 Configuring a domain member. . . . . . 55 Establish a connection to the Active Directory member. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 Check server connectivity. . . . . . . . 56 Monitoring system accounts. . . . . . . . 57 Importing Domain Users and Groups. . 57 Attach files / map drives. . . . 58 Linking Windows systems to a domain 59 Login scripts. . . . . . . . . . . . 61 Automated drive mapping. . . . . 61 Administration rights for workstations. . . . . 61lotusFoundations ″ Scalable Services ″. . . . 61 Terminology for lotusFoundations ″ Scalable Services ″. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 Functions of lotusFoundations ″ Scalable Services ″. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 Areas for lotusFoundations ″ Scalable Services ″. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 Configuring the Scalable Services area 67lotusFoundations Scalable Services Frequently Asked Questions. . . . . . . . . . . . 73 Print service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74lotusFoundations-Print services. . . . . . 74 Configuring Local Print Services. . . . . 74 Configuring the workstation. . . . . . . . 75 Other print configurations on the network. . . . 75 Performing tasks in the print queue. 76 E-mail services. . . . . . . . . . . . . 76 Configuring e-mail services. . . . . . . 76Features available from IBM lotus Dominoes can be controlled. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 Email DNS Configuration. . . . . . . . 85 Configuration of the e-mail client. . . . . . 86lotus Use Domino email clients. . . 88 add-on lotus Install Domino Access for Microsoft Outlook (DAMO). . . . . . . . . 89 Web Services. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91 Web server. . . . . . . . . . . . . 91 Master web server. . . . . . . . . . . 91 Virtual web servers. . . . . . . . . . 95 Host multiple websites. . . . . . . . . 97Secure Web Services. . . . . . . . . . 98SSL certificate. . . . . . . . . . . . . 98 Web caching. . . . . . . . . . . . . 99 Web filtering. . . . . . . . . . . . . 100iii


Web and content filtering. . . . . . . . 100 Activate web filter. . . . . . . . . . 100 Allow full internet access. . . 100 port exclusion. . . . . . . . . . . . 100 Add approved websites. . . . . 100 Add Rejected Websites. . . . 101 Accept access requests. . . . . 101 Reject access requests. . . . 102 List management. . . . . . . . . . 102 Email Reports. . . . . . . . . . . . 103FTP services. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104FTP server. . . . . . . . . . . . . 104 Anonymous FTP server. . . . . . . . . 104 Activate the FTP server. . . . . . . . . . 104 Enable FTP access for specific teams or users. . . . . . . . . . . . . 105User and team FTP access in comparison 105Software update. . . . . . . . . . . . 106 Upgrade for lotusFoundations Execute 106 Change language settings. . . . . . . 107 Virtual private networks. . . . . . . . . . 108Private networks. . . . . . . . . . . . 108 Virtual private networks. . . . . . . . . 109 Topologies of Virtual Private Networks (VPNs). . 110 How TunnelVision works. . . . . . 111 Create virtual private network (VPN) (server-server). . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112 Configuring the TunnelVision master server. . . 113 Configuring the TunnelVision Client. . . . . 114 TunnelVision status. . . . . . . . . . 115 Inactivity timeout. . . . . . . . . 115IPsec. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116 Known configurations. . . . . . . . 116 Add IPsec route. . . . . . . . . 116 Add anonymous IPsec route for incoming connections. . . . . . . . . . 117 Editing the IPsec route. . . . . . . . . 118 Setting up third-party IPsec clients. . . 118 Remote Access Services. . . . . . . . . . 119 What is meant by Remote Access Services (RAS)? . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119 Point to Point Tunneling (PPTP) - client-server VPN service. . . . . . . . . . . . . 119 Dial-in service. . . . . . . . . . . . 122 Disconnect from WebConfig. . . 123Firewall Services. . . . . . . . . . . . 124 Incoming data traffic is denied 124 Incoming data traffic is allowed 124 Outgoing data traffic is allowed. . 124 Firewall protocol. . . . . . . . . . . 126 Domain Name System (DNS). . . . . . . . 126 What is meant by Domain Name System (DNS)? . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126DNS services. . . . . . . . . . . . 127 Configuring Public DNS. . . . . . 127 How the DNS System Works. . . . . 127 Dynamic DNS. . . . . 128 Manually create DNS entries. . . . . . 129 Workstation display function. . . . . . . . 130 What is a workstation display function? . . . . . . . . . . . . 130 Access the workstation display facility 130 Virtual Network Computing (VNC). . . . . 131 Configuring Virtual Network Computing (VNC). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 131 Fast / Port Forward. . . . . . . . . . . 132 What is meant by Fast / Port Forward? 132 Introduction to TCP / IP. . . . . . . . . 133 Proxy server. . . . . . . . . . . . 134 Configure Fast / Port Forward. . . . . . 134 Forwarding scenarios. . . . . . . . . 136 Multiple static IP addresses. . . . . . . 137 Common Port Numbers. . . . . . . . . 137 Troubleshooting Fast / Port Forward. . . . . 137 Disk Management. . . . . . . . . . . . 138 Disk configuration (IDB and RAID). . . . 138 Reconfigure disks. . . . . . . . 139 Disk Status Messages. . . . . . . . 140 Fix disk failure. . . . . . . . . 141 Hard drive failure. . . . . . . . . . . 142 Installing a new hard disk. . . . . . . . 142 Backup and Restore. . . . . . 143 Intelligent Disk Backup (IDB). . . . . . . Configure 143IDB. . . . . . . . . . . 144IDB backup. . . . . . . . . . . . 149IDB recovery. . . . . . . . . 151 Recovery procedures for lotusDomino. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 155IDB and hot swap. . . 158 MySQL server. . . . . . . . . . . . . 159 What is meant by a MySQL server? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 159 Preparing Windows for Access to MySQL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 159 What is a dynamic website? . . . . . . . . . . . . . 160 Reporting on Hardware Components. . . 161 Log messages. . . . . . . . . . . 162 Access log messages. . . . . 162 Customizing the message display. . . . . . . 162 Firewall protocol. . . . . . . . . . . 162 Network File System (NFS). . . . . . . . . 163 What is Network File System (NFS)? . . . . . . . . . . . . . 163ugidd install and configure. . . . 164 Attach the NFS directory. . . . . . . . 164 NFS directory. . . . . . . . 164rsync. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 164 What is rsync? . . . . . . . . . . . . Enable 164rsync. . . . . . . . . . . 165rsync over a Telnet session. . . . . . . 166lotusFoundations Run. . . . . . . . . . 167lotusFoundations run 1.1-Install add-on using 167VMware Server. . . . . . . . 170 Settings of the lotusFoundations Edit run addons. . . . . . . . . . . . 172 Backing Up and Restoring Virtual Machines 174 Troubleshooting. . . . . . . . . . . 175lotus Symphony. . . . . . . . . . . . 176 How does Symphony compare to other products? . . . . . . . . . . 176ivlotusFoundations1.1: Administration Guide


lotus Install the Symphony add-on on the server. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 176lotus Install Symphony on client workstations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 177 Changing the language settings. . . . . . . 179 Spam check. . . . . . . . . . . . . 179Anti-spam network filtering of lotusFoundationsto install . . . . . . . . . . . . . Activate spam scanner (spam check). . . 181 Configuring spam filters for users. . . . 181 Virus check. . . . . . . . . . . . . 182 Activate the license for the virus scanner for files. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 183 Activate the license for the virus scanner for e-mails. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 183lotusFoundations Start - Performance Tuning 185 Minimum hardware requirements. . . . . 185 Brief overview and guide for dimensioning the hardware. . . . . . . . . . 186 Possible mail protocols that affect server performance. . . . . . . . . . . 186 Other services on the Foundations-Server 187 Planning the backups. . . . . . . . 187 Capacity planning for the future. . . . . 188 Glossary. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 189 Comments. . . . . . . . . . . 199 brands. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200 Table of Contents v


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lotusFoundations begin Administration GuideIntroductionWelcome to lotusFoundations begin Administration Guide. This document is aimed at administrators and contains the instructions necessary to install a fully functional lotusFoundations Start servers are required. In addition, key features of lotusFoundationsto familiarize you with how the lotusFoundationsFamiliarize yourself with the startup server lotusFoundations on one lotusFoundationsDevice Instructions for general installation of lotusFoundationsDevices can be found in the manual lotusFoundations Start - first steps. Additional configuration options can be found in this manual. Establishing an Internet connection - Ethernet connections 1 and 2 The Ethernet connections 1 and 2 are used for the connection to the Internet or to other segments of the local area network (LAN). Use an Ethernet cable to connect to the routing unit for high-speed Internet access. Some units may require the use of a crossover cable, which is normally provided with the unit lotusFoundationsDevice as a workgroup server without a direct connection to the Internet, you can use Ethernet ports 1 and 2 for connections to other segments of the LAN. This is done norma-1


Usually to increase the network throughput when a large number of users have lotusFoundations Secondary segments must be physically separate from the primary network segment connected to Ethernet port 0. It is not possible to connect all Ethernet ports to the same segment in order to increase the network throughput in this way. Connecting an external dial-up modem1. Connect the cable that came with the external dial-up modem to the serial port on the back of the lotusFoundationsDevice 2. Connect one end of the standard telephone cord to the external modem and the other end to the wall-mounted telephone jack. The external modem will be automatically detected when the server goes through the startup sequence lotusFoundations on the hardware of other providerslotusFoundations has a built-in diagnostic program that you can use to determine hardware compatibility. Third-party hardware requirements are as follows: v x86-based system vvvvvvv At least one hard drive. At least two hard disk drives are required to back up the data. At least one network interface card. If this is the network gateway, two network cards are required.DVD driveVGA video card1 GB memoryMonitorKeyboardNo applications, files, or operating systems must be on third-party hardware. Using a new hard drive is recommended, and it is strongly recommended that you consult your hardware-specific reference literature.lotusFoundations Start first installs the base operating system, overwriting any data on the disk drive. The disk drives are also configured as part of the installation. Before you begin the installation on third-party hardware, you must change the setting in the system BIOS to boot from the DVD. You can do this by changing the boot settings in the system BIOS, changing the boot order and specifying the following: v First boot device: CD (or DVD) v Second boot device: hard disk drivelotusFoundations will be installed on the hard drives after they are configured. 2 lotusFoundations1.1: Administration Guide


Configuring TCP / IP Before you can access WebConfig, you must configure the workstation to use TCP / IP. If TCP / IP has already been configured, follow the steps in “Creating an Administrator Account” on page 6. If TCP / IP has not already been configured, follow the appropriate steps for your operating system. For Windows 95/98 / ME: 1. In Windows, select Start → Settings → Control Panel. The Control Panel window appears. 2. Select Network from the list. The Network window appears.If you do not see TCP / IP in the list of installed components, click Add. 3. The Select Network Component Type window appears. In this window, select the Protocol option and click Add. 4. The Select Network Protocol window appears. In the Manufacturers pane, select Microsoft. In the Network Protocols pane, select TCP / IP. Click OK. You will now see ″ TCP / IP ″ in the Network window. 5. In the Network window, select TCP / IP from the list of installed components. Click Properties. The TCP / IP Properties window appears. 6. Click the IP Address tab. Select the Obtain an IP address automatically option. 7. Click the DNS tab. Select Enable DNS. 8. Select all of the entries in the DNS Server Search Order pane and click Remove. 9. Select all of the entries in the Domain Suffix Search Order pane and click Remove. 10. Select the Obtain an IP address automatically option. 11. Click the Gateway tab. Select all of the entries in the Installed Gateways pane and click Remove. 12. Click the WINS Configuration tab. Select all of the entries in the WINS Server Search Order display area and click Remove. Select ″ Use DHCP for WINS Resolution ″. 13. Click OK. The Network window appears. Click OK again. 14. Reboot the computer. For Windows 2000 / XP: 1. In Windows 2000, select Start → Settings → Control Panel; in Windows XP, click Start → Control Panel. If Windows XP is running in classic mode, the control panel is called up via Start → Settings → Control Panel. 2. Select Network and Dial-up Connections from the list. The Network Connections display appears. In Windows XP, select Network and Internet Connections, then click Network Connections. 3. Click on Local Area Connection. The Local Area Connection window appears. 4 lotusFoundations1.1: Administration Guide


You will receive a software activation key when you purchase lotusFoundations-Software.Note: To activate the lotusFoundations- Software license requires an internet connection. It is the responsibility of the user to ensure that an Internet connection is established when attempting to install the software. Entering the Activation Key to Exit Trial Mode To enter the software activation key, do the following: 1. Log in to WebConfig with an administrator account. 2. Click Software Update. 3. Enter the activation key in the ″Foundations Register ″ a.4. Click Save Changes. Figure 5. Registration Section of the Web Configuration Console Update Activation Key If you want to replace an existing activation key with a new one, do the following: 1. Log in to WebConfig with an administrator account. 2. Click Software Update. The current activation key is then displayed under the area ″Foundations Register ″ is displayed. 8 lotusFoundations1.1: Administration Guide3. Click the Edit action button. The field "FoundationsRegister ″ is displayed. 4. Enter the new activation key in the field ″Foundations Register ″ a.5. Click Save Changes.


Figure 6. Editing the activation key in the web configuration console System status display The system status display shows the status of the services under lotusFoundations are executed. You can access the various lotusFoundationsAccess and configure subsystems.Table 1. Features of the system status display Element Utilization of the CPU description Displays the utilization of the system unit (CPU) in numerical form and as a bar chart. During heavy use (e.g. when doing backups or large file transfers) it is possible that the bar graph shows a value of 100% for the CPU utilization. This is normal; a utilization of 100% only means that the system unit is fully utilized. It doesn't necessarily mean that the lotusFoundations-Server is overloaded or performance is degraded. However, if the CPU usage is steady at 100% and the service is degraded, it may be a good idea to call for assistance to have the services checked.lotusFoundations begin Administration Guide 9


Table 1. System Status Indicator Features (continued) Ethernet 0, Ethernet 1, and Ethernet 2 Displays the speed of data transfers (measured in KB / s or MB / s) over Ethernet ports 0, 1, and 2. The bar graph shows the Speed ​​as a percentage of the highest transfer speed recorded since the last start. PPP connection Shows the speed of data transfers (measured in KB / s) over the DSL-PPPoE or dial-up connection to the Internet. The bar graph shows the speed as a percentage of the measured maximum speed. Disk Load Displays the volume of data (measured in KB / s or MB / s) transferred to and from the hard disk. The bar graph shows the volume as a percentage of the highest volume recorded since it was last started. Disk Space Used Indicates how full the server's hard drive is by showing the usage and capacity of the drive. System Status Details button Displays a graphical representation of system status information variable basis, e.g. E.g. every half hour, for a month or for a year. This representation also includes graphs for physical and virtual memory. Internet Status Displays the status of the Internet connection (s). When the Internet connection is properly configured, the status indicator is green. It also shows the default route used to send data to destinations on the Internet. If a modem has been configured, clicking Dial-Up Modem will establish an Internet connection. An administrator can terminate the connection via this display.FirewallShows the status of the firewall (activated / deactivated ).TunnelVisionShows the status of all TunnelVision connections.IPsec connectionsShows the status of all IPsec connections.PPTPconnectionsShows the status of all PPTP connections and switches on provides an option to disconnect active connections. 10 lotusFoundations1.1: Administration Guide


Table 1. System Status Indicator Features (continued) SoftUpdate Indicates the status of the subsystem that is automatically checking for software updates. When the subsystem is active and a list of available software updates is obtained, the status indicator is green. When the subsystem is operational but inactive, the status indicator is gray. A red status indicator indicates a problem with the subsystem (usually difficulty accessing the distribution server). For more information about download errors, see “Log Messages” on page 150. Disk Status Displays the status of the disk configuration, provides disk reconfiguration options, displays the status of a newly created RAID Arrays and indicates whether an IDB drive can be swapped during operation. Backup Status Displays the status of the IDB backup disk. This shows which volume of the IDB disk is currently available for backups and when the next scheduled backup will take place. Quota status Shows whether users have exceeded their quota. For more information, see “Setting Disk Quotas for Individual Users” on page 49. Scalable Services Status Shows the status of the scalable service structure. Add-ons Shows the status of all lotusFoundations-Add-ons that are based on the lotusFoundations-Server are running. In lotusFoundations Start, Domino-specific information is displayed. User Authentication Method Shows the currently activated authentication method. This shows ″ Normal password authentication will be used ″ if lotusFoundations running in domain controller mode or non-domain mode. It is ″ The Windows domain ’domain name’ is used ″ displayed if lotusFoundations running in domain member mode. It also shows the number of available lotusFoundations-User licenses displayed. Webmail is lotusFoundations Start is installed after the Foundations Start add-ons the url for lotus iNotes displayed.lotusFoundations begin Administration Guide 11


Table 1. System Status Indicator Features (continued) Virus Definitions Update If virus scanning is licensed and the file virus scanner and / or e-mail scanner has been activated, this shows when the virus definitions were last updated and how many viruses your system is protected from. A link can also be used to call up a report showing how many viruses have been detected since the last restart. Virus scanner for filesIf virus scanning is licensed and the virus scanner has been activated for files, when scanning is complete, it will show how many files were scanned and how many Viruses were found during the last scan. Virus scanner for e-mails If the virus scanner is licensed and the virus scanner for e-mails has been activated, this shows when the virus definitions were last updated and how many malicious e-mails were identified since the system was started. There is a valid license for spam checking and shows the last definition update reported. It also shows the number of unique and suspected spam messages that have been found since the last restart. Print Services Shows the status of the print services. MySQL Server Shows the status of MySQL services. The number of sessions shown shows the number of active users currently in use lotusFoundations connected and using MySQL database services. The CPU Usage bar graph shows how much processor time is being used by this service. The status indicator is gray when the service is disabled, green when the service is operational, yellow when the service is very busy, and red when there is a problem with the service. WWW Server Shows the status of the web publishing services. The number of sessions displayed reflects the number of active web sessions that are currently open. The CPU Usage bar graph shows how much processor time is being used by this service. The status indicator is gray when the service is disabled, green when the service is operational, yellow when the service is under heavy use, and red when there is a problem with the service. 12 lotusFoundations1.1: Administration Guide


Table 1. System Status Indicator Features (continued) Secure WWW Server Displays the status of the secure web server. The number of sessions displayed reflects the number of active secure web sessions that are currently open. The CPU Usage bar graph shows how much processor time is being used by this service. The status indicator is gray when the service is disabled, green when the service is operational, yellow when the service is very busy, and red when there is a problem with the service. DNS Server Shows the status of the DNS server. File Server Displays the status of file services for Windows and NT clients. The displayed number of sessions reflects the number of active users currently withlotusFoundations connected and using Windows file services. The CPU Usage bar graph shows how much processor time is being used by this service. The status indicator is gray when the service is disabled, green when the service is operational, yellow when the service is under heavy use, and red when there is a problem with the service. Apple File Server Shows the status of file services for Apple Macintosh clients at. The number of sessions displayed reflects the number of users currently using lotusFoundations connected and using Apple file services. The CPU Usage bar graph shows how much processor time is being used by this service. The status indicator is gray when the service is deactivated, green when the service is operational, yellow when the service is very busy, and red when there is a problem with the service. NFS file server Shows the status of the NFS file server for UNIX and similar Systems. The number of sessions displayed reflects the number of active users currently using lotusFoundations connected and using NFS file services. The CPU Usage bar graph shows how much processor time is being used by this service. The status indicator is gray when the service is disabled, green when the service is operational, yellow when the service is under heavy use, and red when there is a problem with the service.lotusFoundations begin Administration Guide 13


Table 1. System Status Indicator Features (continued) FTP Server Displays the status of FTP services. The number of sessions displayed reflects the number of active FTP connections currently in progress. The CPU Usage bar graph shows how much processor time is being used by this service. The status indicator is gray when the service is disabled, green when the service is operational, yellow when the service is in heavy use, and red when there is a problem with the service. SMTP Server Shows the status of SMTP services. The number of sessions shown indicates the number of SMTP connections to the server. The CPU Usage bar graph shows how much processor time is being used by this service. The status indicator is gray when the service is disabled, green when the service is operational, yellow when the service is very busy, and red when there is a problem with the service. Mail queue status Shows the number of remote e-mail messages in the IMAP mail server and POP mail server Displays the status of the servers responsible for the transmission of e-mail messages from IMAP and POP mailboxes. The number of sessions displayed indicates the number the user who is currently transferring email messages from their IMAP or POP3 mailboxes. The status indicator is gray when the service is disabled, green when the service is operational, yellow when the service is very busy, and red when there is a problem with the service. LDAP directory server Shows the status of the LDAP server that is being published used by usernames and e-mail addresses in the internal directory. The number of sessions shows how many users are connected. The status indicator is gray when the service is disabled, green when the service is operational, yellow when the service is very busy, and red when there is a problem with the service. The CPU Usage bar graph shows how much processor time is being used by this service. Restart button Click this button to reboot the lotusFoundationsServer to be carried out. 14 lotusFoundations1.1: Administration Guide


Table 1. System Status Indicator Features (continued) Shutdown button Click this button to turn off thelotusFoundationsShut down the server properly. If you fail to click the Shut Down button, the RAID array will have to be rebuilt. See “Disk Status Messages” on page 140 for more information. * OthersDepending on whether optional software modules have been added, the system status display may include additional options lotusFoundations in most cases, a drop-down list of the main background actions will appear at the top of the service sub-display. Error messages are also displayed in the Notes drop-down list. System Status Details The System Status Details page provides a history of important system information collected by lotusFoundations and can be viewed using a series of graphs.These diagrams show the CPU load, memory usage, Ethernet traffic and other parameters. Diagrams of past system status conditions Under the bar diagrams of the real-time status indicators on the system status page, there is a button that you can use to open a page with diagrams of past system status conditions. 1. In the left menu bar click on Status. 2. Under the System Status there is a System Status Details button. Click this button to view the graphs of past status conditions. 3. On this page you will find a number of graphs of various resources on the server. These graphs now include a graphical representation of the server usage. The graphs of historical system status conditions have been expanded to include not only the average resource usage over different time periods, but also the minimum and maximum resource usages for these periods. The average resource usage is displayed as a bright, colored line against a background of increasingly darker colors that show the deviation of the resource usage over different periods of time. The most important improvement in the diagrams for past status conditions is that in all diagrams for all periods it is immediately recognizable whether a high deviation is present in resource use, since the shaded backgrounds corresponding to the measurement areas are much wider in this case. However, if these backgrounds are narrow, there is not a large deviation in resource usage for the system.lotusFoundations begin Administration Guide 15


lotusFoundations Install the start add-onlotusFoundations Start - introductionlotusFoundations Start provides by means of lotus Domino provides e-mail and online collaboration capabilities. The functions for security, data backup, remote connections, internet availability and much more are still used by thelotusFoundations- Core components provided. Note: lotusFoundations Start does not include product packages that are normally found in others lotus Domino packages, e.g. B. IBM WebSphere Application Server, IBM WebSphere Portal Server, IBM Tivoli Directory Integrator, or in IBM DB2Enterprise Edition packages. Important Notes: Prepare for the lotusFoundations Startup installation: v Ensure that you have an administrator account on the server that is named ″ root ″. If there is no account with the name ″ root ″ on the system, the lotusFoundationsInstallation will not work properly. V Make sure that the correct host name and domain name have been configured for the server. The names can be changed after installinglotusFoundations Start can no longer be changed. For information on changing these names, see “Host names and domain names of thelotusFoundationsServer change ”. Host names and domain names of the lotusFoundations-Server change The first time the lotusFoundations-Server through lotusFoundationsautomatically assigned a random host name. The uniqueness of host names is important because it allows the server to be distinguished from other servers in the local network and because they are used by local users to manage the lotusFoundations-Identify file and printer sharing resources. In addition, the host name and domain name together form a unique Internet name that the lotusFoundationsServer as well as its web, FTP and e-mail services are addressed on the Internet. Follow the steps below to rename your server: 1. Log in to the WebConfig console and select Local Network in the menu on the left. 2. Edit the Host Name and Domain Name fields accordingly. The host name must be unique and consist only of numbers and letters. 3. Click Save Changes. After you lotusFoundations Start installed, the host name and domain name can no longer be changed.lotusFoundations Start Install Run on the active and configured lotusFoundationsServer do the following: 16 lotusFoundations1.1: Administration Guide


1. Insert the DVD labeled lotusFoundations Insert Start Disk 2 into the server (if available). If you downloaded the software to the workstation, do the following: a. Connect to the autoinstall file share on the lotusFoundations-Server. To do this, click Start → Run on a workstation, then enter ″ \ ″, the IP address of the server, and \ autoinstall. For example: \ 192.168.0.1 \ autoinstall. Note: This cannot be done if Windows file sharing is disabled. If you are using Windows Vista, you will need to enter this information in the text bar on the Start menu. For more information, see “Setting Permissions in Windows” on page 50.b. Enter the administrator account and password c. Find the folder in which you put the lotus Domino package for lotusFoundationsStart decompressed. The naming convention is: ″ lfstartdomino850-nnnn.pkg ″ (e.g. lfstart-domino850-2760.pkg) .d. Drag the Domino lfstart-domino850-nnnn.pkg file into the autoinstall folder. Do not proceed until all files have been copied to the server autoinstall folder. 2. After entering the WebConfig URL for your server (https: // domain name: 8043), select the Software Update option from the menu on the left. A list of installable packages is displayed in the Add-on Packages Available for Installation section. If the list of available packages does not appear, wait a few seconds and refresh the display. The lotusFoundations Start package must be listed and displayed as follows: ″lotusFoundations begin 1.1 (Team autoinstall / lfstart-domino-850-nnnn.pkg) ″ or ″lotusFoundations begin 1.1 (CD-ROM) ″. 3. Click next to the add-on for lotusFoundations Start on Install, read and accept the license agreement. The installation begins immediately; however, the entire installation process can take up to 30 minutes. 4. Click Status in the left menu and scroll down to the Addons section. When the installation is complete, a green check mark will appear to the left of the product. This indicates that lotusFoundations has been successfully installed. The product runs automatically and does not need to be activated. Figure 7. Add-on running ECL alarmslotusFoundations Start is configured with a policy that causeslotus Notes clients connect to the lotus Connect the Domino server and update the users' execution control list (ECL) settings. Permissions are determined from the signature of the server or the person who authorized (i.e., signed) the formula or script. In lotusFoundations The administrator receives the startlotusFoundations begin Administration Guide 17


of FoundationsServer after installation, an e-mail with a link to the AppStart installation application. This enables the administrator to update theFoundations Add startup servers and any system administrators to the list of authorized signatures. It is important for the administrator to configure the server ECL, as all future applications installed with AppStart can be accessed via the ID of Foundations Start to be signed. With new installations of thelotus Notes clients are updated automatically for the first time. All future updates will be retrieved on subsequent connections to the server. The configuration via AppStart should be carried out before installing the lotus Notes clients. Configuring the ECL means that for the execution of those elements that have been assigned by an administrator of the FoundationsServer has been installed or authorized, user consent is not required. Change execution checklist Immediately after installing lotusFoundations The administrators configured on the server receive an e-mail with a lotus Notes link to the page for lotusFoundations AppStart Administrators. This page provides a link to instructions on how to change or add administrators as trusted senders of lotus Domino-related promotions. Adding these administrators means that users do not have to accept the warnings because the administrators are automatically lotus Notes client. Recognize and accept ECL alarms On existing sites where Notes clients are already installed, users may have to accept the security alarm at least once. If the application has been signed by a known administrator on the server, can They indicate that the signatory should be trusted.lotusFoundations You can continue with the system configuration of the network settings as soon as you have carried out the following steps: 1. The workstation has been configured to use TCP / IP. 2. You have created an administrator account. 3. You have logged in and established a connection to WebConfig. 4. The hard drives have been configured. For detailed instructions on configuring the hard drives, see "Disk Management" on page 130. Note: Some lotusFoundations-Services are not activated until the hard drives have been configured via the WebConfig menu. For more information on configuring the hard drives, see “Disk Management” on page 130.18 lotusFoundations1.1: Administration Guide


Configuring the general network settings Perform the following steps to configure the general network configuration: 1. Select Local Network in the left menu of the WebConfig console. The Basic Configuration tab of the Local Area Network Setup display appears. The Host Name and Domain Name fields are editable only if lotusFoundations Start is not installed. After installinglotusFoundations Start these fields can no longer be changed. Figure 8. Section ″ Setting up the local network ″ of the WebConfig console2. On the individual WebConfig pages of the users, specify whether you want to display the page with the system status for users without administrator rights. 3. Indicate whether you want to enable the rsync server. This option only applies to UNIX clients. Accept the default 4. Select the appropriate option for public DNS resolution: v Select Yes if DNS resolution is for Internet hosts through lotusFoundations v Select No if DNS resolution does not go through lotusFoundationsv Select Dynamic if lotusFoundations dynamic DNS resolution. If the public DNS server is enabled, Internet hosts can resolve name-to-IP address queries for Internet services sent by lotusFoundations to be provided. When using dynamic DNSlotusFoundations begin Administration Guide 19


Resolution, you can operate e-mail, web and FTP services via an Internet connection with a dynamic IP address. 5. The DHCP server is deactivated by default on all network interfaces and it is assumed that there are no other DHCP servers in the target LAN segment. Click the check box next to the interface name to enable this service. 6. Specify whether you want to activate the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) server. V SNMP is used to collect statistical information on parameters such as network throughput and CPU utilization from the host. SNMP is also used for network monitoring. 7. If you enable the SNMP server, enter an appropriate SNMP community name. 8. Indicate whether you want to enable the Network Information Service (NIS) server. Do not enable NIS if you are using Windows. If you are using UNIX or a comparable system, you only need to activate this option if you need NIS lotusFoundations Integrated NIS service is used to be able to share user names and groups across the network, thereby simplifying user access. UNIX and similar systems can be configured to use NIS. lotusFoundations uses NIS version 2.9. Indicate whether lotusFoundations should be activated as NTP server (Network Time Protocol). v For the synchronization of the desktop clocks with the lotusFoundations-Server requires an NTP client. 10. Specify whether outgoing connections should be restricted. V lotusFoundations can limit outgoing connections to a few protocols. Enabling this option enables outbound traffic based on the server configuration. All other traffic is blocked. See “Firewall Services” on page 119.11 for more information. In lotusFoundations the clock is synchronized with a source on the Internet. To set the correct time, select the appropriate time zone from the drop-down list. lotusFoundations tries to automatically determine the correct time zone and displays the result of this search. 12. Click Save changes. Configure advanced DHCP settings In the WebConfig console, select Local Network in the left menu to access the advanced DHCP settings. Select the DHCP server options tab. Length of DHCP access authorization For each interface for which DHCP has been activated, a line is displayed in which the interface, the length of the access authorization and the actions that can be carried out are listed. You can click the edit button on each of these lines to select the length of access to be applied to that interface. 20 lotusFoundations1.1: Administration Guide


DHCP Scopes This is a list of scopes indicating the interface, scope, and actions that can be performed. You can create a new DHCP Scope by clicking New DHCP Scope. 1. Select a starting and ending IP address for the range of addresses you want the DHCP server to return. 2. Click Save Changes for the changes to take effect. You can edit the scopes in a similar manner by selecting the edit button in the DHCP Scopes list. Static DHCP Access PermissionsStatic DHCP Access Permissions allow you to choose which workstation Obtain a specific IP address by mapping that IP address to the workstation's MAC address. 1. Click New Static DHCP Protocol. 2. Enter the interface for which this static access authorization is to be assigned. 3. Enter the MAC address of the workstation to be given an IP address. 4. Enter the IP address you want the workstation to receive. You can edit credentials in a similar way by clicking the edit button in the Action column of the Static DHCP Credentials list.DHCP CredentialsYou can edit a table of View current credentials provided to workstations by clicking DHCP Credential. Here you can find out which MAC addresses are currently assigned certain IP addresses. Configuring advanced network settings In the WebConfig console, select Local Network in the left menu to access the display for advanced network settings. Select the Advanced Configuration tab. The Advanced Configuration tab allows you to use some of the more sophisticated features of the lotusFoundations configure. Changing advanced network settings can lead to unexpected behavior in the network. For example, if you change the IP address or network mask of a lotusFoundationsServer and set an incorrect value, it may no longer be possible to reach the server via the web browser in order to undo the changes. If errors are found in configuring settings, it may be necessary to undo those changes by logging into the local console menu or the control panel on the front of thelotusFoundations-Server use.lotusFoundations begin Administration Guide 21


If you intend to use TunnelVision or IPsec, all networks in all office locations that are connected via a VPN must have a separate subnet. If lotusFoundationsServers in different locations have automatically configured their local network interfaces with the same subnet, you must set a different value for the subnet number and the IP address. See “Reconfiguring network devices” on page 23 for more information. Network advanced settings displayTo access the network advanced settings display1. In the left menu of WebConfig click on Local Network. 2. Click on Advanced Configuration. The Advanced Configuration display appears. Network Devices The following list describes the Network Devices display area: Table 2. Network Device DescriptionColumnUnitIP ​​AddressNetworkmaskModeDescriptionLists the im lotusFoundations-Server-installed network interfaces. The Ethernet interface eth0 must be connected to the LAN. Ethernet interfaces eth1 and eth2 must be connected to the Internet. Lists the IP addresses for the interfaces. Lists the IP netmask assigned to a particular interface. Describes how an IP address was assigned to an interface. V means "Forced" that a permanent IP address has been assigned by an administrator. A forced IP address should always be set for the ethernet interface eth0. V ″ DHCP ″ means that a temporary IP address has been assigned by a DHCP server. DHCP addresses change each time the lotusFoundations-Servers.v ″ NetMap ″ indicates that the IP address is automatically through lotusFoundations was assigned 22 lotusFoundations1.1: Administration Guide


Table 2. Description of network devices (continued) Trust An important parameter that must be set with great care. V ″ Yes ″ indicates a trust relationship with all hosts connected to this interface (which means that no firewall protection is used for this interface ). The Ethernet interface eth0 is always configured as a trusted interface. V ″ No ″ means that all traffic arriving on this interface is classified as untrusted and therefore the appropriate firewall protection is applied. All Internet connections should be configured as untrusted.Action buttonClick this Button to open a screen that can be used to change interface settings. Reconfigure power units 1. Select Local Network in the left menu of WebConfig. The Set Up Local Area Network display appears. 2. Click the Advanced Configuration tab. The Network Devices list is displayed. Click on the action icon of an interface. 3. The Network Settings display for that interface appears. 4. Optional: Enter a new IP address in the format 192.168.12.10. 5. Optional: Enter a new netmask in the format 255.255.255.0. 6. Optional: Specify whether computers in this network should be trusted. 7. Optional: Specify whether an IP address and a network mask are automatically assigned lotusFoundations should be selected. v If the setting is Yes, the IP address and network mask are automaticallylotusFoundations selected. v With the setting No (and deactivated automatic configuration), you can enter an IP address or a new network mask and click on Save changes. v An automatic selection should never be defined for the Ethernet interface eth0. If an IP address has been selected, the address should be forced for the interface (no automatic selection), unless you are using a separate DHCP server in the local network. 8. Optional: If you have a DHCP service, e.g. B. the Internet service provider, and this stipulates the use of a DHCP client ID when configuring the network, enter this ID here.lotusFoundations begin Administration Guide 23


9. Optional: Indicate whether this link is from lotusFoundations should be used as the default gateway. vIf set to Yes, created lotusFoundations a standard route to the network that has the highest priority level via this interface. This link is thus used by default for incoming and outgoing data traffic. V With the setting Only as last option lotusFoundationsa standard route to the network that has a lower priority level via this interface. This link is therefore only used if links with a higher priority (setting ″ Yes ″) are no longer functional. 10. Click Save Changes. Network Routes In the Network Routes display area, the lotusFoundations determined IP routes are displayed. There lotusFoundations automatically recognizes the network environment and sets up routing tables, it is not normally necessary to edit the routes. However, depending on your Internet connection, your Internet Service Provider (ISP) may assign you a new route. In this case you have to edit the default route. Whether you have to change route settings depends on the network configuration and the lotusFoundations-Connect to the LAN and to the Internet. Delete network routes 1. Select Local Network in the left menu of WebConfig. The Set Up Local Area Network display appears. 2. Click the Advanced Configuration tab. 3. Click the Delete button for the appropriate route. 4. In the window that appears, click OK to confirm the deletion. If the server prevents deletion of the route, the route is linked to another setting or subnet in the list of units and is recognized by the server as a required or important route If you continue to have problems, you should seek assistance. For information on Netscan, see the knowledge base article at the following URL: http://kb.nitix.com/2565 Edit network routes1. Select Local Network in the left menu of WebConfig. The Set Up Local Area Network display appears. 2. Click the Advanced Configuration tab. 3. Click the Edit button for the route in question. The Change Route screen is displayed. 4. Optional: Enter a new destination IP address and network mask (in the format 192.168.12.0 / 24). 5. Optional: Click the Interface drop-down list and select the interface via which access to this network is possible. 24 lotusFoundations1.1: Administration Guide


Optional: If this is not an entry for a local network route (Ethernet port 1 or 2), enter the gateway address of the network. 7. Click Save Changes. Network Configuration Scenarios Regardless of the scenario, you must ensure that the server has been activated with the provided activation key before configuring the server. If the configuration scenario supports internet connections, activation is possible at any time. Note that the trial version of lotusFoundationsexpires after 30 days if you don't activate it. 1. Scenario: lotusFoundationsServer as a workgroup server without a direct connection to the Internet Figure 9. Diagram for scenario 1 In this scenario, go to the ″ Advanced Configuration ″ display to find the IP address or netmask of the local network interface or the lotusFoundations-Change default route. Although it is usually not necessary to change these settings, they can still be changed: a. Select Local Network in the left menu of WebConfig. B. Click on Advanced Configuration. The Advanced Configuration display appears. C. In the Network Devices or Network Routes area of ​​the Advanced Configuration display, click the action button you want d. Depending on your selection, the Change Route or Network Settings display appears. For a complete description of these two screens, see “Reconfiguring network devices” on page 23 and “Editing network routes” on page 24.e. Change any settings you want and click Save Changes.lotusFoundations begin Administration Guide 25


2nd scenario: lotusFoundations-Server as workgroup server and dial-up gateway to the Internet Figure 10. Diagram for scenario 2 If from lotusFoundations If the correct IP address is automatically selected, you do not need to change any settings. However, if desired, you can use the local IP address of the lotusFoundations-Server change. To do this, click on the button to edit the line in which the parameters for the Ethernet interface are listed. The default route is determined automatically if via lotusFoundationsa dial-up connection to the Internet is established. In this case the route table does not contain an entry for a standard route. 3. Scenario: lotusFoundations-Server as workgroup server and high-speed gateway to the Internet Figure 11. Diagram for scenario 3 The parameters are shown in lotusFoundations configured automatically if the ISP uses DHCP for automatic network configuration. In this case, you should not need to make any changes in the Advanced Configuration display. However, if you wish, you can change the address of the local network interface. If the ISP assigns a unique static IP address, netmask and default route, the correct default route will be used by lotusFoundations However, it is not possible to select the correct IP address. Although the available address of lotusFoundations is found and a proper connection to the Internet is established, you should change the IP address of the Internet interface and set the address assigned by the ISP. Make the same change to the Default Route setting. 26 lotusFoundations1.1: Administration Guide


If you have problems configuring advanced network settings, you should obtain technical assistance. If you have problems configuring advanced network settings, refer to the information in the list in the knowledge base article at the following URL: http: //kb.nitix.com/1426 To change these settingsa. In the Network Devices area of ​​the Advanced Configuration display, click the action button for the appropriate port (for example, Ethernet interface eth1). B. The Network Settings display appears. Enter the new IP address and click Save Changes c. In the Network Routes area of ​​the Advanced Configuration display, click the action button on the Standard line (the last entry in the list) d. The Change Route display is displayed. Change the default route and click Save Changes. 4. Scenario: lotusFoundations-Server as domain controller and high-speed gateway to the Internet Figure 12. Diagram for scenario 4lotusFoundations can act as a Windows NT domain controller for all Windows-based computers in the network. As a domain controller lotusFoundations Authentication services for the computers on the network. When this feature is enabled, the Windows file server is configured as a domain controller and a domain takes the place of the Windows workgroup. For specific information about configuring domain controllers, see “NT Domain Services” on page 52. Configure Internet connection Configure dial-up modem In lotusFoundations- No modems are preinstalled on the device. The following instructions describe how to configure services if a device is connected that is supported by the lotusFoundations-Server is detected automatically. For detailed information on installing third-party components, contact the hardware manufacturer. 1. In the left menu of WebConfig, select Dial-up. The Dial-Up Networking Setup display appears.lotusFoundations begin Administration Guide 27


2. Optional: If an external modem is connected, it may be necessary to initiate the modem detection by clicking on ″ Detect modems automatically ″. See “DoubleVision” on page 32 for information on using multiple dial-up modems. V If the modem is not recognized, check the cables and power supply. Turn the modem off and on again, and then initiate a new modem discovery. 3. Click the action button for Modem 1. The Dial-Up Networking Setup display appears.4. Enter the phone number given to you by your ISP. If an outside line requires a 9 to be dialed, enter that too. For example, enter 9, 123-123-1234. 5. Enter the username for the Internet account given to you by your ISP. 6. Enter the account password given to you by the ISP 7. Please retype the password to ensure that it is typed correctly; if the passwords do not match, you will be prompted to retype the password in both fields. 8. Enter the length of inactivity (in seconds) before the connection is automatically disconnected.v If you enter ″ 0 ″, the connection is never automatically disconnected. Check carefully what value you set for this setting, especially if your ISP's service package does not include unrestricted Internet access. Select the dialing mode you want: vvSelect Yes if the lotusFoundations-Server should automatically dial-up the Internet whenever a user tries to access the Internet. Select No if you want the connection to be initiated manually by clicking Dial-up Modem on the System Status page. V Select Last only Option if a dial-up connection is to be used in the event that one or more of the available high-speed connections fail. The dial-up connection remains active until one of the high-speed connections is operational again. Although all traffic will be routed to the high-speed link once that link is operational, the dial-up connection will remain active for a few minutes in the event that the high-speed link fails again. In this case, the system immediately redirects the traffic to the dial-up connection; there is no delay because the connection has to be re-established. 10. Indicate whether the lotusFoundationsServer that is intended to emulate Windows dial-up networks. VSome Internet providers only allow Windows-based dial-up clients to be used. If you are having problems establishing a dial-up connection, you should try this option. 28 lotusFoundations1.1: Administration Guide


11. Specify whether users can establish a remote dial-up connection to the internal network via a modem. V Before establishing a remote connection, VPN (PPTP) and dial-up access must be activated. See “User and Team Management” on page 36.12 for more information. Click Save Changes Configure DSL Connection (PPPoE) 1. In the WebConfig menu on the left, select Dial-up. The Dial-Up Networking Setup display appears. 2. Click on the action button in the corresponding ADSL line (only Ethernet port 1 or 2). The ADSL Dialer Options display appears. 3. Enter the username for the Internet account given to you by your ISP. 4. Enter the account password given to you by the ISP. 5. Please retype the password to ensure that it is typed correctly; if the passwords do not match, you will be prompted to retype the password in both fields. 6. Optional: Enter the IP address of the gateway. Do not enter anything if you do not know the address. 7. Specify whether you want to enable the connection. Vvv Select Yes if you want to establish a permanent connection. Select No if you do not want to establish a connection. Select Only as a last resort if you only want to use this connection if the primary connection fails 8. Click Save Changes. Take a Snapshot After you have configured the lotusFoundations you can now use the Take Snapshot option to see all of the information available on a single scrollable page. You can save this information in the form of an offline web page as reference material so that you can review any changes that may be made to the configuration settings.lotusFoundations begin Administration Guide 29


User licenses give individuals in a company the right to use the lotusFoundations-Platform. If you have a lotusFoundations-Buy a user license, you grant permission for a user to use the software. User license requirements for lotusFoundations Both user and server based licensing models are used. Any number of people can connect to one lotusFoundations- Establish server. However, they must be used for each person (or each ″ user account ″) who will have access to lotusFoundations-Services such as e-mail, file, print, MySQL or FTP services, a lotusFoundations-Acquire a user license. For each implemented lotusFoundations-Server requires a server license.lotusFoundations-User licenses are not required for team accounts without a password. Team members can still access team data and services with the passwords for their personal user accounts. When you assign a password to a team, it counts towards the total number of user licenses in use. For each user who is on lotusFoundations Start access, a user license is required. However, there will be an additional ″ free ″ lotusFoundations-User license for one lotusFoundationsAdministrator provided Note: The following components of the lotusFoundations are not enabled for the trial license: v Anti-virus v Anti-spam v Engate license information If you want to determine how many lotusFoundations- Users are licensed for the system and how many licenses are currently in use: 1. Log in to WebConfig with your administrator name and password. 2. From the WebConfig screen, select Software Update. 3. Click the Licenses tab. 4. The Software Update screen appears with the Notes field at the top of the page. The number of lotusFoundations-Users shown. 30 lotusFoundations1.1: Administration Guide