Best practices for using SSO with IBM Sametime 8.5.x Community Server

This white paper describes the IBM® Sametime flows that use the single signon (SSO) mechanism and how SSO works in the IBM Sametime Community Server. It focuses on best practices for configuring SSO in the Community Server, including the various configuration settings involved in that process, along with tips on troubleshooting common problems and their resolutions.

Leonid Koren (LEONIDK@il.ibm.com.), Sametime Community Server Developer, IBM

Leonid Koren is a Staff Software Engineer based at IBM's Haifa, Israel, Software Lab. He joined IBM in 2008 and is currently a member of Sametime Community Server Development and Level 3 Support team. His main areas of expertise are Sametime Community Server components related to directory and SSO. You can reach him at LEONIDK@il.ibm.com.



18 November 2011 (First published 27 September 2011)

This white paper describes the IBM Sametime® flows that use the single signon (SSO) mechanism and how SSO works in the IBM Sametime Community Server. It focuses on best practices for configuring SSO in the Community Server, including the various configuration settings involved in that process, along with tips on troubleshooting common problems and their resolutions.

In this white paper

  • Overview
  • SSO in Lotus Sametime
  • Configuring SSO in Domino
  • Working with multiple directories
  • Sametime Community Server SSO configuration
  • Troubleshooting
  • Resources
  • About the authors

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