Controlling access to the administration interface
All access to Lotus Notes
Traveler administration data is controlled using the Domino
database access control list (ACL) on the Lotus Notes
Traveler administration database (LotusTraveler.nsf
You can administer Lotus Notes
Traveler from a web browser. Web-based administration is available in both standalone server configurations as well as in HA pool configurations.
Domino admin client administration
For Lotus Notes
Traveler servers that are not configured for High Availability, it is possible to use the Domino
administrator client to view mobile device data and issue administrative commands to the Lotus Notes
Viewing user and device information
The following information describes the content of each of the four views in the Lotus Notes
Traveler server administration interface that contain information about users and devices. These views are available both in the web based administration interface and in the Domino
administration client interface.
Lotus Notes Traveler Client Manager
New for this release is a subsystem that manages Lotus Notes
Traveler clients that are available for download using the Lotus Notes
Traveler server. This feature is available in either the stand-alone Lotus Notes
Traveler server scenario or in a high availability configuration using a remote database.
Administering a server pool
When Lotus Notes
Traveler is configured for High Availability and is using an enterprise database, you must use the web based administration client to perform Lotus Notes
Traveler specific administration tasks, such as viewing devices and changing device settings.