You can set a database ACL to allow anonymous access.
Anonymous access has the following characteristics:
- Users are not identified or authenticated when they access databases and applications on the server.
- Data sent between the user and the Sametime® server is not encrypted.
- Anonymous users are not identified in the maintenance log files. All anonymous user activity is recorded under the name "Anonymous."
The anonymous access level requires the least maintenance from the administrator, but it is the least secure. You should only allow anonymous access when you do not need to know the identity of users accessing your server. For example, use anonymous access if the Sametime
server is behind your firewall and you plan to allow only trusted intranet users to access it.
Parent topic: Using database ACLs for identification and authentication