After setting up your initial IBM
® Sametime Advanced environment, you may want to make additional changes to safeguard information at your site, including limiting user access to certain features, using encryption, and modifying default security settings.
This section contains information about securing your Sametime servers running on Domino
® and WebSphere
® Application Server.
For security, IBM recommends that you configure an HTTPS environment using SSL encryption
for all Sametime Meeting Server deployments.
Configuring SSL for Sametime Advanced
Communications between Sametime
® servers are encrypted when they are set up to run with the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL). The IBM Sametime
servers that run on IBM WebSphere
Application Server install with SSL enabled, but you can change the SSL certificates they use. For the awareness feature to work for browser clients, the Sametime
Advanced server must use the same certificate that the Proxy Server uses.
Configuring Single Sign-On for Sametime Advanced
You must configure servers for single sign-on (SSO) in an IBM Sametime