Domino has long been known for providing a very robust and granular security model that can meet almost any need. Domino supports seven levels of security (shown in Table 5.1).
|Network||Security provided at the network level by the network infrastructure: OS, Routers, firewalls, and so forth.|
|Authentication||A user is required to provide his or her credentials (username and password) to gain access to the system and to set the level of access granted.|
|Server Access||The Domino Server document provides numerous settings that enable administrators to control who can access the server and what actions they can perform on the server, such as creating databases or running agents. ...|