Using Microsoft Active Directory in the Domino World

Using Microsoft Active Directory in the Domino World

With the emergence of Microsoft Active Directory, a significant technology for Windows-centric computer environments, administrators have found they have yet another account to manage. The addition of alternative directories, such as Novell eDirectory and Sun ONE directory server, can also pose account management issues and add to administrators' workloads. Nonetheless, it is possible to leverage Microsoft Active Directory, or other LDAP directories, for resolving password management issues instead if having the technology add to the account administration burden of the IT staff.

In this paper get an analysis of:

  • Password management challenges for Lotus Domino/Notes shops
  • Active Directory: Another account to maintain, or the answer to simplifying end-user account management
  • Benefits to configuring AD as the central authentication point for Domino applications and Notes clients

PistolStar, Inc.
10 Feb 2009
10 Feb 2009
14 Page(s)
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