You can set up IBM® Lotus® Quickr™ to control directory services or set up the underlying Lotus Domino® server to control directory services.
Table 1 highlights some of the benefits and limitations of these directory services configurations.
Table 1. Comparison of the supported directory services configurations
|Feature support||Lotus Quickr control of directory services ||Lotus Domino control of directory services|
|User Authentication||Supports only Domino basic name-and-password authentication or multi-server session-based (single sign-on) authentication. ||Supports any user authentication method configured on the Lotus Domino server|
|Domino Internet Site documents||Not supported and Domino server cannot use ||Supported|
|Directory||Supports one LDAP directory, and an optional additional LDAP directory for Lotus Quickr expanded membership use||Supports access to any directory that Lotus Domino server can access, including multiple directories accessed through Domino directory assistance|
|Lotus Quickr expanded membership ||Supported||Not supported|
Parent topic: User directories