Tag Archives: SSO

IBM Connections wiki: Community Articles: Authentication mechanisms in IBM Connections portlets: Scenarios and implementation


The IBM® Connections portlets render social data from IBM Connections in the WebSphere Portal environment, and IBM strategically promotes the integration of Connections with WebSphere Portal using IBM Connections portlets. Customers and Business Partners can download the IBM Connections 3.x … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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


Summary:  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 … Continue reading

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IBM – Integrating CA (formerly Netegrity) SiteMinder 6.0 with IBM Lotus Connections 2.0


Most large organization have an SSO strategy which include SiteMinder or IBM’s TIM/TAM solutions.   This article speaks to SSO integration between Lotus Connections and SiteMinder. Abstract This white paper provides step-by-instructions on how to integrate CA (formerly Netegrity) SiteMinder 6.0 … Continue reading

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IBM – Configuring SSO between WebSphere Portal and Lotus Sametime when each use a different user directory


How do you configure an environment for Single Sign-on (SSO) when IBM® WebSphere® Portal authenticates against one Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) directory (IBM Directory Server, in our example here) and Lotus® Sametime® authenticates against Native IBM Lotus Domino®? via … Continue reading

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