If your organization uses IBM® Lotus® Connections in a Domino® environment, you can enable user authentication and single sign-on (SSO).
Before you begin
Before you can enable SSO, you must be able to access the installed Lotus Connections applications from a web browser.
- This is an optional configuration.
- This task applies to Quickr D. For information about enabling single sign-on (SSO) for Quickr J, see the Enabling single sign-on for Lotus Quickr topic.
- If you are using a reverse proxy, you must enter the reverse proxy address in the LotusConnections-Config.xml file.
- If you are enabling SSO between Lotus Connections and a product that is deployed on a pre-6.1 version of WebSphere® Application Server, you must first complete the steps described in the Enabling single sign-on for stand-alone LDAP topic.
About this task
Single sign-on enables users to log into one application of Lotus Connections and switch to other applications and resources without having to authenticate again.
To set up SSO in a Domino environment, go to the Enabling single sign-on for Domino wiki page
and follow the instructions there.
Parent topic: Configuring single sign-on