This section explains how to enable user provisioning within Tivoli® Access Manager.
There are two ways to create users in Lotus® Quickr™:
- Self-registration: This feature is enabled by default.
- Manage Users and Groups portlet: Administrators can use this portlet to create Lotus Quickr users.
When users are created in Lotus Quickr, they are not automatically imported into Tivoli Access Manager. Enabling automatic user provisioning to Tivoli Access Manager changes this behavior. Once this feature is enabled, users are automatically imported into Tivoli Access Manager whenever they are created in Lotus Quickr. When user provisioning to Tivoli Access Manager, anyone with access to the public URL can become an active user in Tivoli Access Manager as long as the self-registration feature remains enabled.
Follow these steps to enable user provisioning within Tivoli Access Manager:
- Run the following commands to check server status and to start any servers:
Change to the directory wp_profile_root/ConfigEngine.
Enter the following command to run the appropriate configuration task for your specific operating system:
- Open a command prompt and change to the following directory:
- Enter the appropriate command to verify what servers are running:
- UNIX: ./serverStatus.sh -all -user
- Windows: serverStatus -all
- Start any servers that are not running. See Starting the server for information about starting servers.
Note: If this is a clustered environment, you must start all deployment manager servers and the deployment manager.
- UNIX: ./ConfigEngine.sh enable-tam-userprov -DPdAdminPw=password
- Windows: ConfigEngine.bat enable-tam-userprov -DPdAdminPw=password
Parent topic: Using Tivoli Access Manager with Lotus Quickr: qp85