Chapter 4. Implementing and configuring basic LTPA authentication with IBM Directory Server 81
To install Lotus Instant Messaging and Web Conferencing, complete the
following steps:
1. Stop the Domino server on which Lotus Instant Messaging and Web
Conferencing will be installed.
2. Run setup.exe on the Instant Messaging and Web Conferencing CD.
3. Accept the license agreement.
4. Verify that the installation directories match the Domino server directories and
allow the installation to continue. When prompted, click Finish.
5. When prompted, browse to and select the server.id file
C:\Lotus\Domino\Data\server.id.
6. Select LDAP from the drop-down list and enter the host name and port in the
required fields (phoenix.itsc.austin.ibm.com and 389 in our example).
7. In the HTTP tunnelling window, select the option to allow HTTP tunnelling.
8. Do not configure Lotus Instant Messaging and Web Conferencing to be
managed by an Enterprise Meeting Server.
9. Click Finish to complete the installation of Instant Messaging and Web
Conferencing.
10.Start the Instant Messaging and Web Conferencing server by selecting
Start
Programs Lotus Applications Lotus Domino Server.
11.When all the Instant Messaging and Web Conferencing services start, you
will see the message Sametime Running on the Domino console.
4.3.4 Common Domino administrative procedures
In this section, we discuss some common Domino administration tasks that you
might need to occasionally do. These tasks include:
򐂰 Registering additional servers
Note: If you are planning to integrate with Tivoli Access Manager, you must
enable HTTP tunneling by selecting this option. If, however, you are not
going to use Tivoli Access Manager or any other type of reverse proxy, you
can leave this option cleared, and users will need to have access to the
Instant Messaging and Web Conferencing server through these default
ports:
򐂰 1533: For Instant Messaging
򐂰 8082: For chat
򐂰 8081: For Web Conferences
򐂰 554: For real-time streaming
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򐂰 Registering new users
򐂰 Scheduling replication of admin4.nsf and names.nsf
򐂰 Clearing the password on an additional server’s ID file
򐂰 Activating server processes for Domino
򐂰 Populating the http-hostname field in the Domino server document
򐂰 Allowing users the ability to run Java agents
Registering additional servers
To register additional servers, complete the following steps:
1. Start the administration client by selecting Start
Programs Lotus
Applications
Lotus Domino Administrator.
2. Close the Welcome window if it opens.
3. Click the Configuration tab
4. On the right side, open Tools
Registration Server.
5. If this is the first time you have done this, complete the following steps
(otherwise, skip to the next step):
a. Click the Server button in the Choose a Certifier window.
For the Registration Server, chose your first Domino server. Click OK.
b. Click Certifier ID.
Browse to the certifier ID (located in C:\Lotus\Domino\Data on the first
server install by default).
c. Click OK and enter the certifier password.
6. Click OK in the Certifier Recovery Information Warning window if it opens.
7. Ensure that the registration server is your first Domino server, and the certifier
is the organization you created when installing that server. Click Continue in
the Register Servers window.
8. In the Register New Server(s) window:
a. Enter the additional server’s host name (laredo in our example).
b. Enter an ID password.
Note: In our example, we left the Password quality scale set to
Password is optional (0), so we could clear the password and not
have to enter it every time the Domino server was restarted. For more
information about the steps used to clear the password, see
“Scheduling replication of admin4.nsf and names.nsf” on page 84.

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