Jane Marcus commented on Nov 30, 2010

Streamlining passwords and achieving SSO for users on Windows platforms

@Anthony Miller. Yes, the information in this article largely applies to an environment with Domino servers on non-Windows platforms. This article assumes that you have Windows clients, however the Domino server need not be on Windows. You can set up Domino and Directory Assistance so that Web users are authenticated against Active Directory passwords (this has been supported with Domino since release 6.0). The only feature mentioned in this article which is not available on non-Windows Domino is the Windows single sign-on for Web clients feature. (It is worth noting that a non-supported implementation of a Windows single sign-on gateway has been posted to the OpenNTF, so you should check that out if you're interested to get those capabilities in your environment.)

Anthony J Miller commented on Nov 24, 2010

Streamlining passwords and achieving SSO for users on Windows platforms

This is a great article... However it seems the non-windows folks are always left out of these articles/discussions. We run our Domino environment on an IBM Power i server. Many of our other Domino servers are running on CentOS. Most of our users are on Windows XP in an Active Directory Domain. Can I still take advantage?