Choose the appropriate LDAP to install, set up, and configure. Then configure any additional LDAP settings before verifying that your LDAP server is working.
You must have Lotus® Quickr™ installed and completed your database transfer.
Installing an LDAP server is not part of the default Lotus Quickr installation, so you must install, set up, and configure the appropriate LDAP server separately. Consult the WebSphere® Portal information center for complete instructions on installing and configuring an LDAP server for your environment. As a Lotus Quickr user registry, the LDAP server must either use the default lookup attribute of UID, or identify a different lookup attribute for users to use Lotus Quickr. See Identifying LDAP lookup attributes
to use a different lookup attribute.
After configuring Lotus Quickr to use an LDAP user registry, you can enhance your security by managing your access control, users, and groups. Authorization is sometimes referred to as access control. Authorization determines what interactions a user is permitted to have with a resource or a service. Administrators configure access to resources or services by assigning roles to users and groups.
Parent topic: Configuring security: qp85Related informationConfiguring a federated LDAP user registry on AIXConfiguring a federated LDAP user registry on i5OSConfiguring a federated LDAP user registry on SolarisConfiguring a federated LDAP user registry on WindowsConfiguring a federated LDAP user registry on HPUXConfiguring Lotus Quickr with the configuration wizard: qp85Connecting to your LDAP: qp85