- The great Lotus Notes installation guide
- Create a signer certificate
- Removing features
- Eclipse Features
- Adding dictionaries
- Change install path
- Changing the Installationsfeatures
- Adding Notes.ini Options
- multi-user vs. single-user
- scriptable setup
- Changing the shortcuts
- Add a tempfolder (optional)
- Add xtaf dictionaries
- Updating the Sametime embedded client
- Use the .mst
- Known Errors
- Other Infos
- All Pages
6.) Adding Notes.ini Options
In this step we will add some notes.ini settings so that the users will get them as default settings.
6a.) Copy the elements from C:\MyNotesCustomization\step5 to C:\MyNotesCustomization\step6
6b.) Start the Lotus Notes Installshield Tuner and select the .mst from the step6 folder.
6c.) Go to the "System Configuration" -> "ini File" -> and select the program folder from the menu.
6d.) Open ProgramFilesFolder -> IBM -> Lotus -> Notes and create a new Notes.ini file.
6e.) Rename file to notes.ini and create a new Notes Section.
6f.) Set the values which you need...
6g.) Locate the Additional Tools section, and then click the Direct Editor item in the Additional Tools section.
6h.) In the center pane, select the Component table, and then scroll down the component list until you locate CST_COMPONENT1 (if you skipped step 3 this is the CST_COMPONENT entry).
6i.) Change the value in the Directory_ column from NOTES to the new value VDIR_INI (for all entries).
6j.) In the center pane, select the table and then scroll down the component list until you locate INIFILE.
6k.) Change the value in the DirProperty column from NOTES to the new value VDIR_INI.
Note1: Depending on previous steps it might be that CST_COMPONENT1 isn´t existing, or it has no value Notes. If this is the case for you then change only the line which starts with CST_COMPONENT and has the NOTES value in it.
Note2: You can use "VDIR_INI" for both, the multiuser and the singleuser installation.
6l.) close the Lotus Notes Installshield tuner and save the .mst