IBM – Lotus Notes Diagnostic (Tech Preview) tool for IBM Support Assistant

Abstract

Lotus Notes Diagnostic is a new tool add-on for your IBM Support Assistant workbench. See below for more information.

Content

What is Lotus Notes Diagnostic?

* Lotus Notes Diagnostic is a new tool add-on that you can install on your IBM Support Assistant workbench.

* It is used to perform repetitive tasks associated with analyzing files from a Lotus Domino server crash, hang, and performance issues.

What platforms is it compatible with?

* Lotus Notes Diagnostic tool runs on Microsoft Windows, but it can analyze Domino server files from any platform.

* Lotus Notes clients version 5 and above are supported.

How do you get it?

You can use the IBM Support Assistant Updater to download and install the Lotus Notes Diagnostic tool add-on. Refer to the document linked below for more details.

via IBM – Lotus Notes Diagnostic (Tech Preview) tool for IBM Support Assistant.

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