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IBM Lotus Quickr 8.5 for Domino Administration by Olusola Omosaiye, Mark Harper, David Byrd, Keith Brooks

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Implementing desktop single sign-on

One of the key features released with Lotus Quickr 8.5 is Integrated Windows Authentication (IWA). This is a Microsoft term for a pretty basic concept of Windows-based single sign-on. For the more technical readers, this also can be referred to by the technique leveraged during the handshake called SPNEGO. The intention of IWA is that the user's current Windows credentials are sent to a backend server. This should prevent the user from being challenged to re-enter their credentials, assuming the authentication is successful.

To setup this level of SSO, several components need to be configured not only on the workstation, but also on the server-side. If the Lotus Quickr and/or Lotus Domino administrator is not ...

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