We want users to log on to their Windows PC once. They should not have to log on a second or third time to access applications residing on our three Domino server, (one Quickplace server and one Sametime server). All of the servers are the latest versions, e.g., Domino 6.53 etc. We run Windows 2003 on all servers, use Microsoft Active Directory for accounts and use the Domino Directory for all of the Domino stuff. All of our passwords are in sync. We have not been able to get it to work -- yet. Can you please help?
If you have setup the proper LPTA token and your servers are in the same Domino domain, this works great. You simply have to set each server to use the multi-server authentication for HTTP requests, and have them use the same LTPA token. That should work for Domino, QP, and ST, as long as you are using the Domino directory for authentication.
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