- New command to run Domino Server Setup from Windows for IBM i
On IBM i, Flexera InstallAnywhere 2018 is the platform used for the Domino Server Setup wizard on a Windows computer. As a result, the command to run setup from a Windows computer on IBM i is now domwzd.bat. Previously it was domwzd.exe. In other respects, installation and setup on IBM i remain the same as in Domino 11.0.
- Domino for Linux Docker container
HCL Domino 11.0.1 includes a Docker-compatible Red Hat Universal Base Image (UBI) of Domino that is part of your entitlement and available for download through the HCL Licensing Portal. HCL Domino 11.0.1 is pre-installed on this image, allowing you to deploy Domino servers as containers with just a few commands.
- Auto Update (AUT) supports future HCAA upgrades
Domino 11.0.1 Auto Update (AUT) servers support future upgrades of HCL Client Application Access (HCAA) clients.
- Configuration enhancements for DAOS tier 2 storage
Domino 11.0.1 introduces the following enhancements to DAOS tier 2 storage.
- Support for Subject Alternative Name (SAN) field in X.509 certificates
Domino 11.0.1 now supports the use of X.509 certificates that
contain a Subject Alternative Name (SAN) field. Certificates with a SAN field (extension) no longer require a Subject field containing a distinguished name for TLS connections.
- Domino Web server support for Server Name Indication (SNI)
Domino 11.0.1 Web servers now support the Server Name Indication (SNI) extension to the Transport Security Layer (TLS) protocol.
- New Notes IDs must have 1024-bit or stronger RSA keys
When you register new Notes users, you must select at least a 1024-bit RSA key size for their Notes IDs.
- Register multiple Active Directory users in Domino
When you use the Directory Sync feature, in Domino 11.0.1 you can now select multiple Active Directory users to register in Domino. Previously you needed to select and register each Active Directory user individually.
- Configuring a custom image for the Notes Workspace background
Use the notes.ini setting Load_Workspace_image to deploy a custom image to display in your users’ Notes Workspace background.
- Disabling SwiftFile
SwiftFile is integrated with HCL Notes starting in Notes 11.0.1. However, you can use the notes.ini setting DisableSwiftFile=1 to prevent your users from using it.
- MarvelClient Essentials version 11.0.3
The version of MarvelClient Essentials from panagenda that comes with Notes and Domino has been updated. The installer is version 11.0.3 which contains template version 20200204 and binary version 11.0.6.
- New Java Runtime Environment
The Java Runtime Environment (JRE) that comes with Domino 11.0.1 and Domino Designer 11.0.1 is updated from that provided in release 11.0.
HCL Traveler V11.01
- Updated APNS P12 files
Updated APNS (Apple Push Notification Service) P12 files expire in February, 2021 (current files expire in June, 2020).
- Support for cross-domain ID vault
Traveler now supports retrieval of a user’s ID file from an ID vault in a different Domino domain than the Traveler server. See Supporting multiple HCL Domino domains for more information.
- SwiftFile installed with Notes
SwiftFile assistant is integrated with HCL Notes in 11.0.1. In previous releases, it was provided separately.
- Changes to attachment viewing and importing
The underlying software that Notes uses to import and view attachments has changed in 11.0.1.
- AES for database encryption
HCL Notes 11.0.1 introduces 128-bit AES as an option for local database encryption.
- Support for JAWS 2019
The screenreader JAWS version 2019 is supported for use with Notes 11.0.1.
- CreateDocumentCollection method for the NotesDatabase class
This new method for the LotusScript NotesDatabase class allows you to create a new document collection.
- ContactNoteID property for the NotesRegistration class
This new property for the LotusScript NotesRegistration class allows you to register a user who has an existing Person document that was synced from Active Directory.
- Domino Query Language enhancements
Domino 11.0.1 includes the following Domino Query Language (DQL) enhancements