sponsored by PistolStar, Inc.
Posted:  04 Jun 2007
Published:  01 Jun 2007
Format:  PDF
Length:  11  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English
Organizations utilizing Lotus ND6/7 clients know all too well that their end-users are only allowed to authenticate against the Lotus Notes ID. As a result, a lost Notes ID file or forgotten password can create a nightmare for both the IT department and the end-user. This paper discusses the complexities and challenges of managing the Lotus Notes ID password. While the Lotus Notes ID serves a critical function that requires password-protection the Notes ID password is inherently plagued with issues related to password expiration and resets requiring password recovery.

Read this paper to learn how to utilize a client-side plug-in capability that enables access to Lotus Notes applications via the Notes client by authenticating against LDAP, eliminating the need to maintain the Notes ID password and deal with the issues that accompany it.

Active Directory | Domino | Identity Management | LDAP | Lotus Notes | Password Management | Password Management Software

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