How to upgrade from a older version of SMSDOM for windows to the SMSDOM 8.0.x for windows.

Article:HOWTO59052  |  Created: 2011-08-25  |  Updated: 2012-05-04  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO59052
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SMSDOM 8.0.x supports upgrades from version 5.1.x, 7.5.x and 8.0.x. 

Note: Upgrading from SMSDOM 4.x and lower is not compatible with SMSDOM 8.0.x. Requires a new product license and you must uninstall and do a fresh install of the SMSDOM 8.0.x.

Upgrading from 5.1.x or 7.5.x to the 8.0.x

  1. Verify Premium Antinspam is enable.

    If enable follow the steps in the section "To disable Premium Antispam".

    If not then continue with the next steps.

  2. Backup the SMSDOM databases.  These steps can be found in the section "Backup sav.nsf, savlog.nsf and savquar.nsf databases".
  3. Step through the section "Installing JAVA along with the JAVA Cryptography Extension (JCE) Unlimited Strength Jurisdiction Policy Files 6".
  4. Step through the section "Installing Symantec Mail Security for Domino".

Upgrading from 8.0 to 8.0.x

  1. Verify if Premium Antinspam is enable.

    If enable follow the steps in the section "To disable Premium Antispam".

    If not then continue with the next steps.

  2. Backup the SMSDOM databases.  These steps can be found in the section "Backup sav.nsf, savlog.nsf and savquar.nsf databases".
  3. Verify JAVA is installd.

    Open command prompt and type in:

    java -version

    If JAVA is installed along with the JAVA Cryptograhy Extension (JCE) Unlimited Strength Jurisdiction Policy Files 6, then skip to "Installing Symantec Mail Security for Domino".

    If not installed then go to the section "Installing JAVA along with the JAVA Cryptography Extension (JCE) Unlimited Strength Jurisdiction Policy Files 6" and follow those steps.

  4. Step through the section "Installing Symantec Mail Security for Domino".

 

To disable Premium Antispam:

  1. Login to the Domino Administrator. 
  1. Open the sav.nsf database to open the console for SMSDOM. 
  1. Click on the Server Group or Unassigned Servers and then click "Edit Settings" 
  1. Now click on "Antispam" tab. 
  1. Click on "Premium AntiSpam". 
  1. Now if Premium AntiSpam is enable you will see green check next to the Server. 
  1. Double click on the Server to get the screen for disabling it. 
  1. Use the F9 key to refresh the screen until you see red X showing that Premium AntiSpam is disable. 

 

Backup sav.nsf, savlog.nsf and savquar.nsf databases:

  1. Browse to the <drive>:program filesIBMLotusDominodataSAV directory. (Note: If you did not installed Domino in the default directory then browse to the location where you have the Dominodata directory installed in your environment.) 
  1. Make copy of the sav.nsf, savlog.nsf and savquar.nsf.

 

Installing JAVA along with the JAVA Cryptography Extension (JCE) Unlimited Strength Jurisdiction Policy Files 6 

  1. Before you install the Symantec Mail Security for Domino version 8.0.X you need to install the latest build of JAVA along with the JAVA Cryptography Extension (JCE) Unlimited Strength Jurisdiction Policy Files 6.
  1. Verify what version of JAVA is installed on the Windows server.
    1. Open the command line on the Windows box
    1. At the prompt type in: java –version
    1. You want to make sure that you have JRE 6 update 14 or higher. (Note: JRE 7 has not been tested or been certified.)
    1. If you don’t then go to java.sun.com website and download it and install it.
  1. Once you have that installed then download the JAVA Cryptography Extension (JCE) Unlimited Strength Jurisdiction Policy Files 6.
    1. Click on the URL http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/index.html
    1. Now Scroll down the page and look for JAVA Cryptography Extension (JCE) Unlimited Strength Jurisdiction Policy Files 6 and click on “Download” and select the jce_policy-6.zip.
    1. Now copy the (jce_policy-6.zip) to this path <drive>:Program FilesJavaJRE6libSecurity.
    1. Now unzip the file and it will create a folder with some files in it.
    1. Now copy the two files “local-policy.jar” and “us_export_policy.jar” that are found in the folder that was just unzip to the <drive>:Program FilesJavaJRE6libSecurity folder and over write the existing ones.

 

Installing Symantec Mail Security for Domino

  1. Before installing the Symantec Mail Security for Domino Version 8.0.x make sure that the Domino server is shut down.  This can be done at the command line of the Domino Server Console by typing in:

    "q" or "quit"

  2. Now you are ready to install the Symantec Mail Security for Domino program.
  3. Extract the Symantec_Mail_Security_Domino_8.0.X.XXX_Win32_IN.exe program.

    Note: X's for what current build of SMSDOM.

  4. Once the extraction is completed it will bring up the installed wizard.
  5. Follow the prompts.  Say yes to using the existing databases for SMSDOM.
  6. When you get to the screen that has a box that can be checked for the LiveUpdate, make sure to check that box and click next and finish the install.
  7. Once the install is finished then you can start up the Domino Server.

    Note: If you should encounter an issue where nntask service is stuck at 50% CPU usage, or see an error in the Domino console referencing to a verity.dll you will want to go through the steps outline in this KB article listed below.

    Domino crashes when first starting after fresh silent install of SMSDOM 8.0.9
    http://www.symantec.com/business/support/index?page=content&id=TECH174065
     
     
  8. You will see that the database files sav.nsf, savlog.nsf and savquar.nsf are converted.  Once done then go through the sections to sign and set the ACL's. 

 

Sign the SMSDOM databases and appropriately configure the Access Control Lists (ACLs)

  1. Now setup the “ACL” for SMSDOM databases.

Note: When setting the ACL you want to make sure that you are log on to the account you plan to use to administer the Symantec Domino Product.

    1. Login to the Lotus Administrator Client
    1. Click on "Files" to list the database for lotus.
    1. Click on the "SAV" folder. Off to the right you should see the sav.nsf, savlog.nsf, savquar.nsf.
    1. Right click on the “sav.nsf” database and then click on “Access Control”.
    1. In the Access Control List window, Click on "add" to add the “Administrator” and "LocalDomainAdmins" to the Access Control List as Managers with Delete Documents rights checked. The user type must be set to “Person” for the “Administrator” and “Person Group” for the “LocalDomainAdmins”.
    1. Change the “Default” access level to “No Access”.
    1. Now click “OK
    1. Repeat steps e-h for the “savlog.nsf” and “savquar.nsf

Note: When Assigning the Quarantine Roles you will want to make sure you check all of the boxes in the “Roles” section so that the person who manages the Quarantine so they can View, Release and delete quarantine.

  1. Sign the database files.
  1. Right click on sav.nsf and scroll down to “Sign” and click on it.
  1. Verify that the correct ID is selected- “Active User’s ID” or “Active Server’s ID” depending on which ID you prefer.
  1. Verify that “All design documents” is selected.
  1. Verify that “Update existing signatures only” is not selected.
  1. Click “OK”.
  1. Repeat the steps 3-7 for the “savlog.nsf” and “savquar.nsf”.

For future reference you can get the steps for “How to sign Symantec Mail Security for Domino databases” and “Setting access control for Symantec Antivirus/Filtering 3.1.x for Domino or a Symantec Mail security for Domino database”. Listed below are the Web links for the KB’s.

- How to sign Symantec Mail Security for Domino databases

Setting access control for Symantec Antivirus/Filtering 3.1.x for Domino or a Symantec Mail Security for Domino database

 

 

 



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