Last week I had an issue that some Domino Server didn’t provide SSO through SPNEGO any longer (environment worked for over 2 years now). This environment uses the customized domcfg.nsf template of Andreas Artner, maybe it’s related, but I don’t think so, on Windows 7 with latest Internet Explorer 11 and Domino Servers 9.0.1 with latest fix pack. So what happened? The Domino servers are placed in the “Local Intranet Zone” of IE through Group Policy from beginning. The Windows administrators started to enable “Enterprise Mode” for better handling of compatibility mode and one of the steps is to deactivate the “Display intranet sites in compatibility View” option.

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Since years i think that the Internet Lockout Feature of IBM Domino is not enough. The function is documented here: IBM Domino Administrator Help Cite of this document: There are some usage restrictions for Internet password lockout: You can only use Internet password lockout with Web access. Other Internet protocols and services, such as LDAP, POP, IMAP, DIIOP, IBM® Lotus® Quickr®, and IBM Sametime® are not currently supported. However, Internet password lockout can be used for Web access if the password that is used for authentication is stored on an LDAP server So documentation tells us, that only HTTP can be secured through inetlockout.

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You find the default system requirements in the overview document: “http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg27007909[Index of system requirements for Notes, Domino, Domino Administrator, Domino Designer & Notes Traveler]“ I’ve some interesting points. IBM Domino for Windows is available as 32 and 64 bit software, but it is only supported on Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows Server 2012, so no 32 Bit Windows is supported! So a lot of us will have to upgrade the OS first. System Requirements Notes 9.0 System Requirements Domino Administrator & Domino Designer 9.0 System Requirements Domino 9.0 System Requirements Notes Traveler 9.

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Connections 4.5 will be available on 29th of march. more via stephankopp.net

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I think there is a wrong message in meeting delegation with comments function. When you delegate a meeting to someone else and add a comment, then the Comment window shows following info text: “The delegation notice will go out to the delegee and chair will receive the information about this delegation.” So people who add a comment think the text will be sent to the person which get delegated. What do you think? Who will receive the comment? Yes right, the chair will get it, not the delegee. I think this is very confusing for the users and perhaps they add comments which shouldn’t be read of the chair!

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