GCC Media; Marcus, Jane; Haagenson, Cara: Article: Bonding with User Security in Notes 6, in: LDD Today, IBM Corporation, Westford 2002.

THEMES: GCC Media\Miscellaneous ... | Marcus, Jane | Haagenson, Cara
META STRUCTURES: Lotus\...\ND-Concepts&Ar... | Security
YEAR: 2002
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HIDEWHEN: GCC-LowAccess
LABEL: Architecture | Lotus Domino
ORGANIZATIONS: Lotus
THINGS: Notes | Security
TIME: 2002
 

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Abstract
Have you ever had trouble figuring out your Notes security configuration, as if it was a top-secret plan that nobody was willing to share with you? Have you ever wanted to accomplish a security task, such as securing an outgoing e-mail message, but have not been able to figure out how all of the pieces work together?

It's a fact that Notes security components could sometimes be hard to find. Information was scattered throughout the product in places such as User Preferences, User ID, Location documents, Domino Directory documents, and so on, and may have only been discovered by the most security-conscious users.

We realized that we could do a better job of offering our "secret services." For this reason, Notes Rnext includes the new User Security dialog box. It is an easy-to-use interface that brings together the most important aspects of security. In addition, User Security comes equipped with the latest security gadgets, such as smartcard login. You can find the User Security dialog box on the new Security submenu by choosing File - Security - User Security.