Many years ago I worked with a client who used Lotus Notes and wanted to send password changes to Notes. Out of that work, a number of articles got written. The thing about Lotus Notes, now called Domino, no more Lotus in the name, owned by IBM is that there are multiple passwords involved in the process. Now as an eDirectory fan, there is very much a throwing stones in a glass house vibe when I talk about number of passwords in a system.
This question does not have a quick answer, as both Domino and Identity Manager have sophisticated security systems. Each driver configuration may vary as to the required minimum security rights.
Perry Nuffer explains how Notes user.id files can be created anywhere you can map a drive with sufficient rights.
Perry Nuffer explains how you can pass an ‘Alternate Name’ to the Notes rename process.
This tip from Perry Nuffer demonstrates another approach to using mailfile templates with the IDM Notes driver.
Perry Nuffer describes the XDS attribute types and Lotus Notes field data types that are supported by the Notes IDM driver.
Perry Nuffer explains the mystery behind “expired query ex-data” in the IDM driver for Lotus Notes.
Why does the Notes driver always publishes association values in IDM? Perry Nuffer provides a few answers here …
Perry Nuffer provides some insight on a curious error with the Lotus Notes driver for Identity Manager.
Perry Nuffer returns with this timely tip for solving a startup problem with the Lotus Notes driver on Linux, Solaris, and AIX.