NSL Support for Notes 11.0.1 on Citrix  

By Daniel Nashed | 8/7/20 1:08 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Andi Kress

NSL (Notes Shared Login) uses Windows Data Protection API (DP-API) to protect the internal long&secure password set to the Notes.ID when NSL is enabled. In earlier releases the DP API was binding the encrypted data to the machine and it could not roam. It's not 100% clear when this changed, but with current Windows version taking the encrypted file to another machine with a windows roaming profile will work.

Verse 2.0 - HCL webinar recap  

By Prominic.NET | 7/23/20 3:24 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

Find out what makes Verse 2.0 such a great tool. On July 17th, HCL held a great webinar regarding the launch of the 2.0 version of Verse.

HCL Notes Changes to Attachment Viewing and Importing  

By John Oldenburger | 7/23/20 3:23 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

HCL Notes 11 in a very stable and modern Notes Client. As mentioned before HCL added a number of new functionalities and a number of changes in this version. In this new short blog series about the new functionalities and changes in HCL Notes 11 in this blog post a short overview about the changes for viewing and importing attachments in Notes 11. See also the previous bog posts in this series HCL Notes SwiftFile and HCL Notes Three Click Support. For viewing and importing attachments the underlying software that Notes uses to import and view attachments has changed in 11.0.1. When viewing an attachment in 11.0.1 the attachment is shown in an external browser rather than within Notes. The following table compares the types of attachments that can be viewed in Notes 11.0.1 compared to earlier releases.

HCL Notes Three Click Support  

By John Oldenburger | 7/23/20 3:22 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

In my previous blog post, HCL Notes SwiftFile, I started by briefly describing some new functionalities in HCL Notes 11. Some of these functionalities need to be specifically enabled through settings in the preferences or by adding new parameters in the notes.ini file. A new level of security in HCL Notes 11 can be added using the new Three Click Support functionality. This functionality must be enabled through a notes.ini setting. Below is a brief description of this functionality. Three click support adds a level of security when a user opens an attachment within an email. The Open-Save-View dialog box still appears after a user double clicks an attachment. When three click support is enabled the user will then be prompted to confirm the action they have chosen in a second message box.

HCL Notes SwiftFile  

By John Oldenburger | 7/23/20 3:21 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

Recently we have extensively tested HCL Notes 11 and HCL Notes 11.0.1 in our test environment prior to upgrading the clients in the production environment. We are impressed by HCL Notes 11, the new functionalities and the new look and feel. In the coming blog post a number of new functionalities that are included within HCL Notes 11 and that we will certainly use or activate for our users. The first new functionality is Swiftfile for HCL Notes. SwiftFile assistant is integrated with HCL Notes in 11.0.1. In previous releases it was provided separately.

LE4D & Domino 11.0.1 on Windows issue  

By Detlev Poettgen | 7/21/20 8:46 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Renan Ek Rendon

Due to an issue with the JVM installed with Domino V11.0.1, Let's Encrypt 4 Domino a.k.a LE4D throws an error, when the tool tries to import the new / renewed certificate into the Domino keyring file. It's only an issue when running the Domino server on Windows.

How to install HCL Verse 2.0 as a standalone app   

By Ales Lichtenberg | 7/17/20 9:55 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Oliver Busse

One of the main innovation in HCL Verse 2.0 is the ability to install and run Verse as a standalone browser application based on Progressive Web Application (PWA) technology. So it’s not just a tab stored in your browser, but it works as a standalone application.