IBM – Best practices for maintaining Notes/Domino notes.ini settings


As you upgrade, migrate to new hardware, and implement other vender solutions in your IBM Lotus Notes and Domino environment, the notes.ini file may collect unnecessary and obsolete configurations which can affect stability and performance.

Resolving the problem

IBM Lotus Support recommends maintaining “clean” notes.ini configuration files as this action aids in the troubleshooting and maintenance of your Lotus Notes Clients and Lotus Domino Servers. As workstations and servers are upgrade, migrated and integrated with other products, unnecessary, unwanted, and obsolete variables often build up over time.

via IBM – Best practices for maintaining Notes/Domino notes.ini settings.


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