Troubleshooting IBM Lotus Sametime and IBM Lotus Quickr integration issues

This white paper provides a step-by-step guide to isolating root causes of IBM Lotus® Sametime® and IBM Lotus Quickr™ integration issues, including the configuration areas to check, for example, Domino Names.nsf, QPconfig.xml, STconfig.nsf, and firewall settings. In addition, we provide relevant debug parameters specific to hosting IBM Lotus Domino® Servers, Quickr Servers, and Sametime Servers, to help pinpoint where Sametime and Quickr integration configuration fails.

In this article

* Introduction

* Setting up SSO

* Authentication / LDAP configuration

* Authetnication / native Domino Directory

* Configuration and copying files

* STLinks troubleshooting

* Home Sametime server

* Understanding and troubleshooting dual-directory environments

* Other troubleshooting areas

* Best practices for Quickr Server

* Best practices for Sametime Server

* Working with Lotus Technical Support

* Conclusion

* Resources

* About the authors

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