Domino Single Sign-on (SSO) comes in two flavors: Web Configuration (old school) and Internet Sites (new school). How do you get the two to work together? What happens when you want to use both in your environment (because Sametime and Quickplace don't use the newer Internet sites) and not prompt for the user to re-authenticate when moving between, say, mail and Quickplace?
Easy. Share the same SSO Key that you generated.
Take the SSO Key that you created for Sametime or Quickplace and duplicate it (copy, paste).
Now modify the copy and add the Organization to the document (which now makes it a SSO Key for Internet Sites).
Define your servers, etc., and you're done. Now when a user authenticates to Web sites that are in common for the two SSO Keys, they are not prompted to re-authenticate.
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