In this exercise, you will learn how to enable IBM
® SmartCloud Traveler for Notes
® access for a user.
) users with IBM
SmartCloud Traveler for Notes
subscriptions can use IBM Lotus
Traveler to access their mail from mobile devices. IBM
SmartCloud Traveler for Notes
is a separately purchased service, per seat. SmartCloud Notes
supports 2 types of companies:
- Service-only: 100% of the Domino® infrastructure is in the cloud
- Hybrid: Some components are maintained on customer premise (such as customer Domino directory)
Traveler for IBM
is supported in both configurations. Traveler for IBM
only ever runs in the cloud, i.e. the Traveler server itself cannot be run on the customer site.
After completing this exercise, you should be able to:
Parent topic: Lesson 4: Configuring and administering IBM SmartCloud Traveler for Notes service
Next topic: End-User Provisioning for IBM SmartCloud Traveler for Notes
- Enable IBM SmartCloud Traveler for Notes access (company administrator) for a user
- Remove any on-premises Lotus Traveler configuration for the user
- First, you will enable Traveler for IBM SmartCloud Notes access for a user (use your company administrator login for this). Log-in using administrator credentials and click on User Accounts
- Select the user account for the user for whom you wish to enable the subscription.
- Edit the account for that user and enable the IBM SmartCloud Traveler for Notes subscription.
- Save the changes. The subscription will show as pending until the user connects with a mobile device.
- Next, disable any existing on-premises Traveler configuration for that user. Access the live server console or Lotus Notes Administrator server console for the Traveler server on-premises.
- Issue the following commands:
Open LotusTraveler.nsf and verify that there are no entries for the user.
- tell traveler delete * <username>
- tell traveler security delete <username>
Note: If the user has already been deleted from the Lotus Domino® Directory, then the full user name must be specified. For example:
- tell traveler delete * "CN=John Doe/OU=Raleigh/O=IBM"
Open ntsclcache.nsf and verify that there are no entries for the user.
Next, the administrator can define which users are allowed to connect to the IBM Lotus Notes Traveler server on-premises, or create explicit denial lists for users that should be denied access to the server. For instance, you could deny access to SmartCloud Notes users who are using IBM SmartCloud Traveler for Notes. From the Domino Administrator client, select the Lotus Notes Traveler server document.
Click Edit Server.
Click the Lotus Traveler tab.
Populate either the Access Server or Not Access Server field with the names of users and groups:
Table 1. Lotus Traveler tab
Click Save & Close.
|Access Server||Select the option users listed in all trusted directories to allow access to Lotus Notes Traveler only to people that have person documents in either the primary directory of this server or any secondary directories with trusted credentials using Domino directory assistance. You can also select individual names of users and groups to allow access to this Lotus Notes Traveler server. A blank entry means that all users can access Lotus Notes Traveler except any who are listed in the Not Access Server field.|
|Not Access Server ||Select the names of users and groups that should be denied access to this Lotus Notes Traveler server. A blank entry means that no users are denied access. Entering names in the Access Server field automatically denies access to those names not listed. Refer to the pop-up help on these fields for additional information.|