Integrating SPNEGO with IBM Sametime components on a federated deployment

This paper explains the steps to configure Simple and Protected GSSAPI Negotiation Mechanism (SPNEGO) on a federated deployment for IBM Sametime Community Server, Meeting Server, Proxy Server, Media Manager, Advanced Server, and the Connect Client. SPNEGO enables the SSO mechanism for Microsoft Windows clients that are part of a Microsoft Active Directory Domain.

Conall O'Cofaigh (OCOFAIGH@ie.ibm.com), Software Engineer, IBM

Conall O'Cofaigh is a Software Engineer working on the Sametime Verification Test team. He's been with IBM since 2008, focusing on integration and interoperability across Lotus Sametime products.



Tony Payne (TONY_PAYNE@us.ibm.com), Software Engineer, IBM

Tony Payne has been an IBM Sametime Software Engineer for 12 years, with a focus / special attention on cross-product interoperability and security architecture, and has worked on Level 3 Customer Support for the past two years.



24 August 2012 (First published 21 August 2012)

This paper explains the steps to configure Simple and Protected GSSAPI Negotiation Mechanism (SPNEGO) on a federated deployment for IBM Sametime Community Server, Meeting Server, Proxy Server, Media Manager, Advanced Server, and the Connect Client. SPNEGO enables the SSO mechanism for Microsoft Windows clients that are part of a Microsoft Active Directory Domain.

In this white paper

  • Overview
  • Adding machines to the Active Directory domain
  • Configuring Active Directory Server
  • Configuring SSO
  • Configuring SPNEGO on WAS
  • Enabling the Snoop servlet in WAS
  • Creating a unique Security Domain for the System Console
  • Configuring the client
  • Troubleshooting and testing
  • Conclusion
  • Resources
  • Author biographies

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